Low Key Lashes

We recently learned low key lighting in the Portraiture class at NESOP.  It is a lot darker and moodier than the bright and cheerful high key lighting we had set up previously.  I was worried low key was going to be too shadowy and serious but along with the help of my dad, my awesome models and I worked it so the light had a lovely soft quality to it.

I wasn’t too sure what to expect from our low key experiment but in the end I was really pleased with the results.

My subjects were beautiful to begin with and those outrageous paper lashes were tons of fun, but the lighting really helped create some beautiful vibes.

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