An important aspect of shooting composite photos - images (or parts of) which will be combined with others to create a new complete image - is matching the light in all of the component images. A Director of Photography is often said to "paint with light" - because light is a vital component of photography - regardless if you are shooting a single frame or 24 frames per second. In this shoot for Bentley, the final images (still photos for online, dealer advertising, and print advertising), were to depict the car and it's occupants arriving at a red carpet event. Night photography on location with actors can be extremely expensive and difficult. Controlling light in any commercial product photo or video is a DP's main concern. The purpose of the final image/video is to present the product in it's best light - making it appealing to the product's target demographic. By removing the variables which can undermine control of the light, you can build a final image which best represents the client's goals in the presentation of their product(s). There is controversy at times regarding the use of images which present a certain reality which are manufactured - how do you feel about this? Do you think it makes sense for a product manufacturer to want to present their products in the best possible light? If so, do you think the use of composite images is acceptable?