New York architectural photographer Evan Joseph had three goals in making this image of a famous Manhattan penthouse. All three required careful attention to lighting. He wanted to showcase the Empire State Building view, capture the rays of the setting sun as they struck the living room wall, and play up the rooms' tawny, Tuscan-esque glow. He started by lighting the living room with a warm-toned Lowel Tota-light (A) which he aimed into the chamber's upper corner to open up shadows. The one light wasn't enough, so he added an equally warm Lowel Omni-light (B), which he placed further into the room, softening its output with a Westcott Scrim Jim diffuser (C). He then lit the distant dining room by bouncing an orange-gelled Dynalite Uni400JRg strobe (D) off one of its walls. Finally, shooting tethered to a laptop (E), he shot tests and studied the results on its screen as an assistant changed strobe and tungsten output until interior and exterior lighting were in perfect harmony.