I tried using parts of Marc's body as compositional tools to frame his face. I put up a single flash in a brolly above the camera and lit the background with a tungsten light. A slightly longer shutter speed combined with slight movement gave Marc a subtle black outline. The vignette was in the shot.
Brendan O'Shea spent 20 years as a musician, spending most of his time in Canada, the USA and Japan working with some of the world's great musicians. When kids came along, it was suddenly time to grow up and get a "real" job. So it was off to Swinburne Uni followed by a career in design and photography. Music production still plays a major role in his professional and personal life. He also prefers to speak in the third person.