An image from a personal project - this is my 10 year old daughter Heather ( no doubt when she reads this she will point out shes 11 next week!), caught in a very rare moment when she is not trying to be grow up too fast.
The large version has more details
One SB900 with diffuser in the back of the "Sylvanian Family" house (not a dolls house I'm told!)
Sealed as much as possible to avoid light spills (must try harder !)
Black bed sheet from Primark for back drop
1 x eBay trigger (wouldn't work in CLS mode as sensor is hidden)
Light (I think) set to 1/64 power
1/60sec @ F8 (ISO 200)
And a lot of trial and error, trying to get the house front and toys not "blowing" but retain features in Heathers face was extremely difficult.
There are two areas I wasn't 100% happy with (even on the back of the camera) one was the extreme brightness on the toy in heathers hand. I retrieved quite a bit in the RAW - and mono conversion, the other is the shadow of Heathers Glasses, trying to keep her attention for any length of time was hard to say the least ! I had some where the shadow was less intrusive but the expression didn't work, others with more detail, but I lost the facial details. I could have combined images but I wanted something natural and more or less what I attained in camera.