Here is the first harvest from my strawberry plant, which is trying to take over my front yard. It jumped out of a tiny pot that I had on my porch, and by its third year of life, it is now about 10 square feet in size. (The part left in the pot died within a few months.) I used my handy little flash-mounted softbox to take this. It is actually a little loose, so when I angled the flash forward at a 90-degree angle, the softbox actually flopped down so the light was coming down from overhead, which I really liked. I kept the aperture pretty low, so that combined with the softbox angle created a pretty dramatic light fall-off. I missed perfect focus on the front berry by just a hair. Prime lenses can be tricky to focus perfectly.
Canon 5D Mark II
Canon 50mm f1.4
50mm - ISO 125
Flash on camera 90-degree angle
Shot through flash-mounted softbox