Steve you have taken some excellent landscape lighting photos for the Cast lighting website. In your article you said they were taken with the Canon 20d. Are you using the auto exposure bracketing feature or are you shooting with manual f-stop settings and exposures etc. If you are using the manual settings, generally speaking which f-stop (aperature) setting do you recommend for best depth of field and focusing / exposure times etc. Also how do you prevent overexposed "hot spots" such as lighting on white walls statuary, etc. from appearing on your shots when they aren't detectable by the naked eye by viewing the actually lighting. Do you need to do alot of post production (photoshop) work to get the quality of photos you have on your site? Thank you in advance.