For this set, I used a high aperture number and slow shutter speed. The shots with the sun and the tree line took a lot of experimenting to find the right setting to see the clouds. I worked with a lantern and a light bulb, and trying to find the right perspective that wasn't looking straight at it. The glass was very textured and gave a perfect reflection of the light bulb, creating the effect that there was more than one. The northern lights were probably the hardest to capture. (My shutter speed was amazingly low, so I had to rest the camera on my knees pointing up to achieve them!) The light coming through the window was another one that I had to work with; I aimed for the intentional lens flare, but I had to be careful not to blow out. The door handle was at a new perspective, and I tried for a reflection of the door window in the brass. The pictures in the school hallway utilized the hall way overhead light and the light coming in from the windows. (One of them I turned sideways and it looks like a lit up hallway!) The miscellaneous shots are some that I took over and over and only a couple worked out (the leaf), and some I only got a single shot in the spur of the moment.