The man's hat brim was pulled down to his eyebrows, putting much of his face in shadow.
He had his back to the fire, putting his face partly in shadow.
The town's buildings loomed over these narrow ways, despite being only two or three stories, putting the streets themselves in shadow.
Light from the street behind her put her face in shadow.
He squinted at me, then shifted to stand by the side mirror to put his face in shadow.
The moonlight put half her face in shadow.
She knelt down, putting his face in shadow.
The hood even covered his hat comfortably, and put his face in shadow.
The overhanging building, old and skewed on its foundation, put her in shadow but she could see the moon perfectly.
The angle of the light put her eyes in shadow and turned her face into a mask.