This isn't a contest. If it was I'd be sure to lose. Post your old images. They must have been taken at least twenty years ago from the date of this post. Below is mine... sorry for the dust on the scanner bed. It was taken in 1990 during an Air Force live performance talent contest. Camera was an RB67 Pro-S and film was probably Plus-X. Lens was probably the typical 90mm. Light was from two Sunpack 611 strobes or they might have been 622's. The rim-light was set off by the fill flash via one of those "peanut" remote flash synchronizers. Subject was an enlisted Airman who played a very nice classical piece. Wait... I remember what flashes were used now. The rim light was provided by a Sunpack 622 with the zoom head on telephoto. The fill flash was a Sunpack 611 with the head turned away from the subject and toward the main flash so I would have enough flash power to set off the 622 at distance. I used the soft fall-off of the 611 as fill. I always shot everything on manual for full control.