For those of you who take in all of the technical details the exposure went like this: The available light reading was just under 1/60th at f4 on ISO 400 and so I set the camera to 1/60th at f5.6 which under exposed the scene by about one and one third of a stop. The Lumedyne was set at 12 watt/seconds and at a distance of roughly seven feet (about 2.2 metres) to give the right amount of light for the 5.6 aperture reading that I needed.
For those of you who like trivia, the first couple of pictures of my subject sitting on the hillside were taken on the hillside in Dorset known as Giant Hill. It is famous for a giant chalk carving of a naked and aggressive looking man. It was made even more famous recently when a giant Homer was painted next to it as a publicity stunt for the Simpsons Movie. I would guess that the pictures were taken from somewhere on Homer's right leg!