The photo-only kit:
1. Canon 5DMKII
2. 15mm fish-eye F2.8
3. 45mm Tilt/Shift F2.8
4. 70-200L F2.8
I really enjoy this 3-lens combination for taking graffiti photo albums. It allows me to be creative in 3 different styles where each one compliments each other as well as the subject matter quite well.
Halfway through the album there was an impressive shadow that was cutting the wall they were painting in half. For situations like these, the shadow can turn an average picture into a great one. But you need to have some gradient filters in order to achieve the proper light levels. By knocking the sunlight down a few notches with a gradient, you can level out the light from the shadow side to the bright side. That way the shadow is still of course visible but it does not render either the lit side too over exposed or the shadow side too under exposed.
Please notice the final shot of the album. It is extremely noisy which was a conscious decision. When I brought the photo into Aperture (my batch operations post-production photo editing software), I noticed that it was noisy and decided to blow the noise up even further. The end result works well within the larger graffiti theme.