I’m frequently amazed by the way some photographers can make such a difficult shot appear to be simple. When I first saw this behind the scenes video of Joe McNally getting the environmental portrait of a guy changing a light bulb on the top of the TV antenna at the top of the Empire State Building, I thought it was such a simple idea. It all looks easy but took three attempts on different days and a really novel idea from Joe on how to get the camera above the light. Plus he is WAY up on top of one of the tallest structures in the world. The picture was for a story that Joe was working on for National Geographic called the Power of Light.