Shooting industrial and corporate photography is always a good reminder of how far digital photography has come. Being an "old" film guy, digital photography has made the the creative side so much easier. Before you had to rely on several exposures on the same frame or sheet of film to get the right exposure in all the different areas. Now there are several different ways to tackle the same problem. Depending on the scene you can bracket the exposures and blend them in HDR or DRI, you can take separate exposures and layer them in programs like Photoshop, and or coarse you can use artificial light (flash/strobes) to balance the different lights or to ad a little something to the shot. I use all of them depending on the shot. It is so nice to have the flexibility the was not an option on film. And yes; I was one of those photographers that held out for several years thinking nothing would ever replace file. Now I have not touched any of my film cameras in many years!