Backgrounds are just as important as subjects in making a picture work well. When I saw these doors at the hotel where my photo tour group was staying, I immediately thought of using them as a backdrop for a strong subject. The evening program at the hotel of music and dance featured a young and very pretty dancer in a stunning outfit, so I arranged to photograph her the next morning in the front of the doors. Later, in the courtyard of the hotel, we photographed her spinning to capture her in motion, and I liked those images better than static poses. So, I selected the young girl in one of the shots with the pen tool and pasted her in front of the beautiful silver background. I should have used a faster shutter speed for the dancer, but I thought 1/250th of a second would freeze her twirling skirt. It didn't. As a result, the bottom portion of the skirt is not tack sharp like I expected and wanted. My other settings were f/8 and 100 ISO. I used a 24-105mm lens for both the girl and the doors.