High Key / Low Key
This round we through an extra challenge at the Scavengers. One word for all categories, but with 9 different composition tools/rules/guidelines.
This category we gave photographers the choice between creating a High Key or Low Key image. As the album illustrates, the mood created by the two styles are very different. High Key is light and airy, shadows are rarely fully black – but the whites aren’t blown out either. Low key is the exact opposite. If you look at a histogram, a high key is heavily on the right side, and low key the left side.
Featured Image by Julie Mattson
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