Downtown "advertising lifestyle photographer" Mike Henry is a commercial photographer known for shooting "realistic lifestyle photos" of natural people, young adults, juniors hanging out and having a good time. Mike's a "narrative advertising photographer" who enjoys telling stories with his photography that people can relate to, understand. His casual "fashion apparel photography" uses relatable young adult experiences to engage the viewer and advertise the product, be it denim jeans, pants, clothes, apparel for a "Levi's advertisement" or a mobile device, cell phone, iPod for "Apple ad campaigns." In this "commercial life style photo," the realistic experience Mike depicts is two young adults, people in their 20s, college kids going on a date in downtown Los Angeles. This romantic couple, boyfriend and girlfriend sit talking as the sun sets against the cityscape of the background, serving as a great example of "sun flare photography" and backlit natural light. The couple consists of a white man, guy in his 20s, LA native, wearing jean shirt, sitting on top of his car with his girlfriend, and an Asian woman, girl in her 20s, Los Angeles local, wearing a T-shirt, woven tee, sitting on her boyfriend's car (biracial, interracial couple photographer). They both wear trendy casual denim fashion, apparel, clothes. As they talk and enjoy one another's company, the couple sits on top of a cool classic blue car, convertible, Pontiac overlooking the downtown Los Angeles skyline, buildings, skyscrapers.