IT was a night, a quiet moonless night. All through the night all you could hear was the shutter of cameras. Here are those “Night” photos:
Photo By: Christopher D. Bennett. Go check out his website www.photography139.com for many other photos.
"A Bug’s Life" Photo By: Lee
"River Night" Photo By: Mike
"Mad Night" Photo By: Mike
Despite the darkness and lack of a moon I could see the path was clear. The lines lead me to random theme machine. I know what to do, there is an arrow and a sign that says “Press the Button”. I press the button… Something strange happens, more arrows and lines point the way. It’s a very clear answer:
Back to the photography rules again. Definition: Leading lines are lines within an image that leads the eye to another point in or out of the image. Anything with a definable line can be a leading line. An example is fences, bridges, or roadways. Leading lines with a subject that is placed according to the rule of thirds should make your image very strong. Here are several examples and videos to help you find the path: 2010 – Leading Lines, My Gallery, Image Search, Video Search and Inspirational Video. Remember, all rules in photography are meant to be broken.