Superb photo, exceptionally sharp, clean and simple capture of a beautiful model, fine art nude at it's best...but why no meta data. It would help us who aspire to this level to know your equipment, lens, shutter speed, f stop, lighting, ISO and any special techniques you use. I and many of us never will or want to be commercial but would love to come close to your level of achievement in this wonderful medium....but thanks for sharing, it gives some of us something to shoot for......
About the metadata, you can actually deduct all off that information just from looking at the photo. You can see that I had to come rather close to the model so there is this is not a tele lens, and there is not much deformation so it isn't a wide angle too... can you see it?
Shutter speed is not so important since I used flash and it's the flash that actually freezes the shot in spite of a rather slow sync shuter speed (1/200 was used I guess).
You can see now that I used flash (look for reflection in eyes), I used two as you can see in the picture.
ISO is kept low, since I could because of the flashes. (for this you could also look for noise (shows quickest in shadows)).
The only "special" technique I use is to make all shoots as much fun possible for me and my models, and not so much about technique and settings.
First envision your picture and than think about the best way for you to achieve that image with the means you have. Become a dreaming "MacGyver" is the best advice I can give anyone interested in photography;
Wishing you all the succes in your upcoming shoots Winston! grtz Dirk
I thought the best approach was to help you deduct most of the aspects of the picture... Once you get the hang of doing that it will help you "read", and more importantly also imitate, the work that inspires you.