Second photo was of the actual light itself creating a pattern on the ceiling.
Thrid photo (last photo) - I focused in on the actual shafts of light that were spread out across the ceiling from the shade.
All three photos above are straight out of the camera (sooc), no changes of colours or anything. I really liked the colours I got when the room was lit with very low natural light and tungsten light - so I could see no need to change them.
My best/fav (though I really like the second one I've posted as well - so alittle torn)
AV mode, ss 1/10, f3.5, ISO 100, auto WB.Once again this one was taken through the window as in the first shot, but I composed it more so that I had the light sitting in amongst the clouds and you could see the land at the bottom (the natural light was fading rapidly by now). I have cloned out a table lamp that was showing and cropped slightly. It is not a highly manipulated image created by photoshop, which it would appear to be to some! I didn't really get to explore this theme with natural light purely because I got distracting playing with artificial light!!
Please visit Yvonne Eileen Joy Nathalie Louise to see their take on the theme.