One-light low key studio portrait

One-light low key studio portrait You’ve got one light. One subject dressed in dark clothing. And one dark paper background. All the ingredients for a perfect low key portrait. This is Alan. He wanted some portraits he could use for his business profile which is a fairly straightforward brief. However, if I’m going to do something, I’m going to… JOIN …

How To Feather Studio Light

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… JOIN …