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Photography Tutorials with Portrait Software - Low Key Portraits

Photography Tutorials with Portrait Software - Low Key Portraits

Low-key lighting requires only one key light, optionally controlled with a fill light or a simple reflector. This type of setup is usually shot against a dark background.

Low-key lighting requires only one key light, optionally controlled with a fill light or a simple reflector. This type of setup is usually shot against a dark background.

How To Create Dark Moody Low-Key Portraits with Minimal Gear via @dpschool #phototips #photography

How to Create Dark Moody Low-Key Portraits with Minimal Gear

500px / MY NAME IS NOBODY by Babak Fatholahi                                                                                                                                                     More

(Dislike: lower portion of photo is very difficult to see because it is so dark, making it unbalanced) Soft light is shining from directly above the subject, maybe reflecting from below to show the rest of the body.

I think she has a hat on. lit from above. add in hands holding fruit                                                                                                                                                                                 More

What i like about this image is that is nice and balanced low key portrait. i like how they have created some shadows , also it looks like she has a hood because her face is dark but from the lip downwards is starting to lighten up.

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