For this shot, I needed to match prior lighting on a portrait shoot I did earlier and get even lighting on the background scene as well as interesting lighting on the face. I used my Strobist kit for portability and the restricted space contraints. For this set up, I started with one main key light. This was a softbox mounted on a stand to the right of the subject. The next challenge was filling in some of the shadows on the other side. For this I mounted a reflector (with a white surface to cut down on reflections or colour casts). Then I found that the white plastic walls behind were getting too dark, so on the same stand as the reflector, I mounted a flash pointing up to the ceiling, feathering off the wall. The last touch was to add a light into the hallway to fill in the shadows falling off – I did need to cut this so I did not get spill on the subject. I used a lighting bag to do this, which worked well.