Photographer Andrea Rugg evenly lit this apartment while balancing her lighting with that of the city and sky beyond. Her real accomplishment: making it appear that no sources were added to the scene. To do it, she placed eight Dynalite RBTR-2040 strobe heads, most on low Calumet Backlight stands, around the interior, each hidden from view. (The 2040 head has since been replaced by the MH2050 model shown below.) She used these to illuminate the apartment's entrance (A), the artwork in the living room (B), the back of the couch (C), the dining room table (D, E), the kitchen (F, G), and interior space at right (H). From the camera position (I), the strobes were fired with infrared and radio remote triggers. Rugg wet down the patio flooring (J), which, with the roofing (K), reflected the lights, adding brilliance and depth to the scene.