Join Megan Andersen for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding key tones, part of Advanced Craft Photography.
Using key photography, referring to high key and low key, is a way to get really …cool results out of your craft photography. …Now, on screen right now, we have an example of low key photography. …And all that really means is that all the midtones. …All the middle grays, all the middle tones in your photo are pushed down …towards a darker range. And that can happen in a couple of ways. …You can either make this happen within your camera or you work on your image in …post production in some image editing software after you've taken your photographs.…
It's much easier to achieve a nice high key or low key image as you're taking it, …but in this movie I'm going to show you how I've achieved a high key and low key …image both in the camera and on the computer. …Now, the image I have onscreen is one that I took by adjusting my camera settings. …I wanted to get a very low key picture, meaning I didn't want a lot of mid tones. …I wanted a very dark frame around the image and to achieve that, I set my …
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