I'm looking to take some photographs of a taxidermy shoulder mount (link to a mount like I'm talking about), and I'm having a hard time getting the lighting right. I'd like to get a rim light behind it to highlight the fur on the ears and the antlers. The problem is it's mounted directly on the wall, and that leaves me with very little space.
Has anyone ever come across this when doing portrait photography? Any tips or equipment suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
I'm not trying to reproduce the linked photo. I'm trying to take a nice photos of a deer that is mounted to a wall in a similar way.