Again, because of the wind any normal bounce board I might use for added light would have blow away, so I brought out a white trash can and set it opposite the sunlight. It worked great.
The figure didn't come with the poncho we see Qui-Gon wearing on Tatooine, so I made a simple one for the shot out of some scrap fabric. When using cloth on a figure that size, it seems to billow unnaturally. I figured out that spraying the cloth with a little water helps to weigh it down for a more natural draping look.
For some extra depth and authenticity to the shot I added the Micro Machine Naboo Cruiser which rescues Qui-Gon in the movie. It was set on a wire in the background for some forced perspective. I also used a can of compressed air to kick up some sand for a dramatic flair. The lightsaber effects were added in Photoshop where I also removed the wire holding the Naboo Cruiser.