I have to admit, I’m a copycat. I know that is a nasty name if you’re a kid, but I wear the title proudly. I watched a tutorial given by Scott Kelby and I thought “Hey, I can do that!!” So here is my version of what Scott did. Thanks Scott. Your da bomb and you are very witty and entertaining (which is such a bonus). Now I know my photographical friends are saying, “But how did you do that”. The full tutorial is on the NAPP site, but I don’t think you can access it unless you are a NAPP member (which BTW, is totally worth it if you are a photographer). If you’re not a NAPP member, basically here’s what I did: Set up a black background with small round string lights for the “city lights”. Used a two light main/fill set up. I had to put the model far away (about 12 ft.) from the background to get the lights to look all bokeh-ish and I also shot at around f2.8 at 180mm which helped to blur out the background even more. It’s just a fun new trick to add to my arsenal.