"I like beauty lighting on the clean side, with a minimum of shadows," says Weinberg. "If the face doesn't pop, I'll switch to a modified Rembrandt lighting [as here] for more shape. I put the main light high and use large fill cards to keep the shadows open." For this image, Weinberg's main light was a Profoto Pro head in a 5-foot Profoto Octa RF softbox (A), and the halo light behind the subject was another Profoto Pro head aimed upward (B). Both were powered by a single 2400 Ws Profoto 7A power pack (C). White fill cards brightened the shadows (D). She shot with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II and EF 70–200mm f/2.8L lens (E) with an exposure of 1/125 sec at f/8, ISO 100. A small fan (F) gave life and shape to the hair. House fans will work for this, says Weinberg, and the best offer continuous control, not preset high, medium, and low power options.