I set my Nikon D-60 (quit snickering....it's all I have for now) with a 18-55 zoom lens on a tripod, turned portrait. I connected it to a strobe (SB-600) on my other tripod with a ttl cord. I used manual focus and set it for where I WOULD be when Trevor shot. This is where I screwed up a bit, I calculated using an aperture of f-7.1 based on my guide number but erred in 1) forgot I was shooting a 400 ISO and 2) was using a 24mm guide number instead of the focal length I was using.
Anyway on this shot, I didn't have the framing set up right so when I kicked a front leg front kick and he took this shot, this is what showed up. I actually liked the shadow in this one!
Speaking of shadows, here is Trevor's. I took it this morning at the American Museum of Science and Energy. It is a hands on exhibit in which you stand in front of some kind of medium on the wall and a flash fires at you. Your shadow is "frozen" on the wall for about 5-10 seconds. Cool, huh?