These sorts of shots don’t just happen with a phone camera, and most amateurs just do not have the lighting skills or equipment to pull this off. Shot for the construction company that built this addition to Ferrari of Washington in Sterling, VA, this image took several hours of planning, set-up, and patience. The construction company wanted to show the “tiltwall” element of construction and the best way to do that was at dusk. I saw this shot in my head first, but executed it by setting up lighting inside, making sure it was hidden from the camera’s view. The dealership’s manager added a touch by pulling some of the cars out front and turning the headlights on. And then we waited for the sun to set so the interior lighting was “mixed” with daylight.