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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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BEIRUT: Rustom Ghazaleh, formerly one of Syria's top intelligence officials, was buried Saturday in a low-key ceremony.
Lenders in London are planning to keep the Christmas celebrations low-key affairs.
The 44-year-old actress is keen to tie the knot with her fiance Justin Theroux in a low-key ceremony at their mansion in Bel Air, California, and is planning to give her biker sibling Alex one of the lead roles on her big day, Contactmusic reported.
We wanted to make sure we were on the same sheet of music as tower and requested downwind as the low-key traffic was no longer a factor.
Published in the May 15 issue of NeuroImage, the study found that the frontal and temporal cortex--those regions of the brain associated with attention and memory--were more active when participants were watching low-key public service announcements compared to more dramatic, attention-grabbing ads.
So he decided he wanted to keep it very low-key without all the media attention of last year.
comedian Ross Noble performed new material at the low-key gig.
Low-key but very local, the new sports bar Scores (760-327-0753) just opened along the gay party block of Arenas Road.
Standouts include ``Thin Wild Mercury,'' based on a 1960s incident between then-rival folkies Phil Ochs and Bob Dylan, and the wonderful low-key ballad ``Unbreakable.
What's exciting about the Sunrise Maintenance Facility is that it demonstrates that low-key environmental strategies can be integrated into the design of any modest project and have a significant impact on Earth's limited resources," said Scott Keller, partner-in-charge at Gruzen Samton.
Kelley's low-key pitch for free enterprise, intercultural exchange, exploration, and coastal security invites youth to develop intellectual curiosity and reading for pleasure.
Keene maintained a fairly low-key performing career in recent years, but her influence as a teacher and occasional writer on keyboard topics for Clavier magazine was considerable.
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