For this edgy portrait of Tanzanian model Flaviana Matata (Next Models), New York–based fashion pro Jodi Jones chose as her main light a Broncolor Pulso G 1600 strobe head mounted in a 60x60-inch Broncolor Pulsoflex C softbox (A). She set the softbox on a Manfrotto 085BS Heavy Duty Black Light Boom and Stand (B). Jones lit the backdrop, a 20x30-foot cyclorama (C), with two Pulso G heads (D) mounted on 9-foot Manfrotto Alu Ranker light stands (E) and bounced into V-flat reflectors made of 1/2-inch white foamcore board (F). She powered both the main and background lights with Broncolor Scoro S 1600 powerpacks (G) and shot with a Hasselblad H4D-40 digital camera and a 50mm f/3.5 HC II Hasselblad lens (H), firing the strobes with a camera-mounted Broncolor RFS 2 radio slave transmitter. "Although I love to shoot with these amazing tools whenever possible, I work with very basic equipment too. Lack of high-end gear shouldn't hold any photographer back from attempting a similar project," says Jones.