6862 MarcoCiavolino 201904307 Week 18 Darkside 700

The Man in the Monitor

Just a simple use of my webcam to expand on a common phrase. Enjoy the darkness!

The Assignment

As photographers, we are always working with light. As a matter of fact, we are a bit obsessed with it. We are constantly looking for the light, paying attention to the quality of the light and then capturing the way it lights up our subjects and creates an atmosphere. This week, however, creative Framers, instead of photographing the light, we are going to shoot the darkness. (But yes, we still need some light to do it!) You can make this challenge about low key photography. This type of photography has predominantly dark tones and colors and are dramatic and full of mystery. Other avenues to explore are underexposed photography, high contrast photography and shooting the night sky and stars. But you can also choose to photograph the dark side of human nature. So let’s explore our dark sides dear Framers and create an album this week full of shadows and mystery. The stars may have won the sky thing, but the dark still has a lot of territory.


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