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Low Key Lighting Portrait Example

Low Key Lighting portrait. AP Photographie. Canon 5D Mark II + Canon 85mm f/1.8 (ISO100 – f/10 – 1/160e) The Light was a Elinchrom D-Lite RX4 / Rotalux 135cm.


Low Key Photography Tips

Tips for taking low key photos where the overall tone of the image is very dark, with just a small area highlighted. This can create a very moody and dramatic image. Written by Discover Digital Photography September 28th, 2014.


Photography Tutorials with Portrait Software - Low Key Portraits

This week we share with you some tips on creating a low key portrait. Using just one flash to add drama can create an effective image.


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