Back in August, I attented a wedding party that was held the evening before the actual wedding. Sitting around the table with the light fading fast, and with mostly just the glow of some candles, I made this image of the woman sitting across from me. In the color version, you can easily see the cast of reddish light from the candles. I shot this with my Canon 5D Mark II using my 24-105mm Canon EF IS L lens at 105mm, 1/10 sec at f/4, ISO 3200. Image stabilization is a marvel because no way I could hand-hold a 105 mm lens at 1/10 and have any hope for a sharp image -- maybe in my younger days, but certainly not now. The quality is remarkable -- remember, it's shot with the camera set to ISO 3200!! No b&w film I know of could come anywhere close. Be sure to click on either image to imbigger them for better viewing of the detail and quality.