We love our cars. We take photos with our cars. Last week.
METAL HORSES pt.1: High Key Edition
In photography, the term “high key” simply means harsh lighting with minimal contrast.
“High Key” was originally a style of lighting for television.
Long time ago, photographers can only achive high key images by using multiple light source lighting the object.
Nowdays, people use fluorescent soft lights for the same effect.
An advantage of shooting high key is that we do not need to do much adjustments for each photo.
Boys n girls… come back tomorrow for another lesson related to “Metal Horses”
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