I love this series, and the model is most lovely .. But the "shot under a tree" shadows make it very difficult to use. Here's a tip for you ; Studio lights are very expensive! But guess what , you can buy mechanics flood lights at the hard ware store for under $ 40.00 comes with two flood lights and a heavy duty tri pod to hold them. Great for out doors. They also have clamp on lights with reflector for under $15.00. For indoors. ( warning; photographers don’t call them HOT lights for nothing). Don’t hang a cloth on the light to defuse the light. Google, make your own soft light box. Very cheap, work very well! I even look at yard sales for things, not made for but will work in photography. Hope you don't mind my input and Happy shooting..
I like the "shot under a tree" shadows. If you're using this as a reference for learning to paint or draw, rather than for photomanipulation, it's nice to see different lighting. There are LOTS of professionally-lit stock photos available, and far less with various kinds of natural lighting.
I also love this series! Very beautiful shots, and interesting poses.