Here is your chance to tell me how much I suck and that Jacki is the only redeeming feature to this image. So far, this was the best shoot that I've had, but please point out my mistakes, flaws, errors, and head-up-ass maneuvers so that I don't do them again. Be blunt and honest--you won't offend me or hurt my feelings.
Here is the image that was done with a Nikon D100, AF Nikkor 85mm f/1.8D, and an Alien Bee B800 with a white umbrella. The settings were f/1.8 at 1/125 of a second, and according to the light meter 60% of the lighting was result of the B800 positioned about 4 feet in front of Jacki. The remain 40% was a ball of plasma positioned at the center of the solar system and behind Jacki, diffused with white venetian blinds. There was a guitar in the image, but it has almost entirely been cropped out