Cathedral of St. Michel in Menton, France (DP1 Merrill OOC JPEG. 65k warning: original size is 7.8MB)
The top image was lit with a single desk lamp with a CFL bulb, manual WB, through a diffuser panel. The rest were all taken with available light, west window in late afternoon. I used a circular polarizer to tame the reflections and bring out the color of the guitar. (Canon 7D, Canon 15-85 EFS)
Ok, I realize my last post may have stopped the thread dead in its tracks, so I'm going to break the spell myself...
"After Darkness, There's Always Light". Shot in the medieval town of Buggio, Italy, where ancient stone walls rise up high and natural light is a precious scarcity.
(DP1 Merrill OOC JPEG. 65k warning: original size is 8.5MB)
Pulled that off beautifully.