Low-Key Lighting

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Low-Key Lighting

In film, lighting that provides contrast between the light and dark areas of a scene, creating the impression of shadow. It is used to create the mood of suspense or mystery and may be used in marketing campaigns.
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She also investigates the use of low key lighting in some portions of The Red Shoes, but the aspects highlighted here--cast shadows--are also meaningfully present in many more scenes, including the opening one.
From preparing for sessions and understanding each client's objectives to testing lighting and using high and low key lighting, this packs information into a key survey highly recommended for any serious photography holding.
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