I find the putting on the shoes shot always a bit awkward. Its usually not in a great spot, its done really quickly and no-one really knows why this shot is taken. But to do something different, I payed down on the floor for a different perspective and angle. I used a very hallow depth of field and a tilt-shift effect to really concentrate the attention of the show and helping hand. The resulting image was lit with Westcott Ice Light 2 and shows that the putting on the shoe shot doesn't have to be predictable and boring.