How To Feather Studio Light
Sometimes a gentle, subtle portrait is the best representation of your subject. Here I used feathered, low key lighting and a narrow tonal range to capture a studio portrait of a young woman, Julia, wearing a hat.

Low key lighting and the ‘feathering’ technique
Low key lighting refers to the predominance of dark ton...

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Loving the lighting diagrams.