Kellen, Great shots. Good balance in your exposure between the high and low contrast areas. You nailed the sharpness on the fountain. did you brush in a darker vignette on the last vertical photo? I can see it on the edges in the sky (not sure if that was a product of your camera/ lens combo or if it was a creative choice in post. Be careful posting your photos on Lawnsite without watermarks of some kind. They tend to be lifted from here and you will see them everywhere on the web from other operators or retail sites. I'll usually shoot most of my photos at f/6.3- f/9 for most settings where I am trying to get reasonable DOF. If I am shooting a feature at more of a close-up distance, I'll drop my aperture down to f/2.8-f/4 if I want more bokeh in the background to isolate my subject. On calm nights, my shutter speed never leaves 100, but if the wind kicks up a bit, ill jump up to as much as 800 on my ISO to minimize motion blur. I'm sure you probably shoot everything RAW as well. Do you ever focus stack or exposure stack your shots to add more DOF or dynamic range in your shots? Good dialogue. More guys need to be taking good shots of their work.