Today's shot never quite worked out for me. My husband collects (or I collect for him) small airplanes of every type. I was trying out a new flash tonight, and wanted to simulate an airplane flying away from a sunrise. I put a blue gel on the flash to get the cool blue sky tones and bounced it off the wall to the camera right, and had a lamp in the bottom left corner of the frame serve as the rising sun.
The main problem is that I couldn't adequately light the part of the plane closest to the camera, so ended up adding an overhead light, which was pretty unrealistic. Hence, the need for a second sun. Although they say that may actually happen later this year... I also didn't like the spillover from the flash onto the plane, as seen in the blue highlights.
The plane is hanging from a ceiling fan by some monofilament, which is easily removed in post.
Canon 5D Mark II
105mm - ISO 800