This week’s assignment was using our exposure compensation to make sure our white turned out white. Finding inspirational photos for camera settings is a bit tricky, but as I was looking I started seeing so many inspiring high key photos I just had to post them! I am not saying any of these photos used exposure compensation, only saying they are amazing examples of high key photography. Be sure to follow their links and view some their other photographs!
What is High Key Photography? Norman Phillips in his book “Lighting Techniques for High Key Portrait Photography” described high key photography as “High key is the term used to describe photographs with white or bright backgrounds and usually with bright lighting situations that render subjects in a light tone similar to that of the background”
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