Wanted to do the EC but not with my body. Maybe some day. So I hired a model to assist. Extra credit is bodyscape.
Behind The Scenes
Well, after last week's High Key challenge, what better way to complement it than with this week's Low Key. What is Low Key photography, you ask? Simply put, it means that most of the frame is dark! A great way to experiment with this technique is to use a single light source in a dark room. You can try positioning the light at different angles to create different levels of contrast and shadows. You can also play around with the distance between the light source and your subject to create different moods and emotions. Remember, low key is not about underexposed images, but rather about strategic illumination, so make sure your highlights are properly represented. Some ideas: a person reading by a dim lamp, a single apple on a dark table, a silhouetted figure walking down a dark alley, a young child holding a tablet.