First, let me make this very clear. This sign has been on the ground across the street for a couple weeks, and was replaced about a week before my roommate brought it inside. No one will be missing it. That said, I have a lightplay/metering/etc question. The sun, late afternoon, was shining directly into the front door, and I bounced it off the white wall opposite that door to light up the sign. The shades were all down in the room with the sign& camera. How does the shot look? I did the basic whole scene metering, and focused on the door (was unsure of if I should focus on the sign or the door, and stupidly didn't shoot both.) I'd say the focus is the pathway/flow that the sign reinforces, and the destination. I ought to have lit it differently with a focus on the sign and the obstruction, and shot that too, but oh well! 1. another shot, this is where the sign was displayed first... it's not as clever, but I like the rhythm of the old cast iron heaty thingy stuffs. Radiators. Yeah. 2. What do people think? And as always, thanks for the comments, critiques, suggestions. They help so much!