Short light, more light is on the side where my features show the most.
Broad, the side of my face that’s turned to the camera is the brightest.
Split, one half is darker than the other when I’m next to the window.
Rembrandt, the triangular shape under the darker side of my face.
Rembrandt was the hardest to achieve because it required me to position my head at a specific angle near the window to create that shape.
Good. You clearly demonstrate the lighting styles.
With Rembrandt light, try to get the light or in this case, the window at a 45 degree angle. This will eliminate some of the nose shadow and make the triangle clearer.