To freeze his model's hair mid-flight, Tim Tadder lit her with two Profoto ProTwin Tube flash heads (A), each outfitted with Profoto beauty dishes (B) and 20-degree grid attachments, and powered by a total of three Profoto 7a power packs (C). Two reflectors (D) contributed front fill, and his background was a roll of black seamless (E). A 50-inch industrial fan turned to its highest setting (F) lifted the model's hair aloft. Tadder outfitted his Phase One P65+ camera and digital back with a Phase One 110mm f/2.8 AFD lens (G), and tethered the rig to a desktop computer (H) running Phase One's Capture One Pro 6 software. "In post, we used Adobe Photoshop extremely lightly for this shot," says Tadder. "We just fixed some stray hair and cloned out some of the awkward bits." What was the hardest thing about producing this shot? "Nothing," he answers. "If I were digging ditches or curing cancer, we could talk about difficulty. This was ten exposures of pure fun."