I grabbed a nearby stepstool and climbed up to see if I could capture a suitable image. The studio was dark, only lit by the modeling lights on the strobes, so autofocus on the D3X was not possible. The shortest lens I bring to the studio is 50mm, and with a steps tool, I could get no further away from the Hasselblad. Focusing manually in the dark on the viewfinder image, I fired, knowing I still had a radio trigger on the D3X which would fire the stobes illuminating the model.
If I had thought to arrange this shot, I would have used a wider lens or a bigger stepstool and framed the Hasselblad a little better, but again, this was pure serendipity.