Testing out some outdoor lighting today, this is one of those shots you do where you turn the camera around in your hands and grab a wide shot to see how the light is wrapping. Heavily cropped, I might add.
Strobist info: this is classic watt seconds vs daylight. Shooting a Bowens monoblock, which is 700w/s I think, thru a medium softbox, camera right. ISO 100, f/18, 160/sec, and the already cloud-covered sky goes nighty-night. Notice there's zero fill on the dark side of my noggin. The strobe is turned up, not quite all the way I don't think, but up there.