Light is the most important ingredient for creating a photo. The more light the better you would think. But some artists roam the nights. With only a few light sources they record a different face of places you probably normally wouldn’t even pay attention to. Carl Wooley and Todd Hido are two examples of artists that roam the nights to record what we normally wouldn’t see. Long exposures and light sources like streetlights and beaming TVs through a window make for some pretty wonderful photos.