Low-key is a term that describes images that are dark and contain few highlight areas. The main use of low-key lighting as a creative visual tool is to accentuate the shape and contour of a subject, by leaving additional lighting (fill light, for example) at a bare minimum, or omitting it entirely. Low-key lighting is also often used in cinema to create dramatic, moody effects, in many types of films from romance to horror.https://clickinmoms.com/forums/topic/428054-2019-cm-p52-week-50-low-key-photography/
In contrast to last week’s prompt, low key photography is all about the dark and moody shots! I feel like I more naturally gravitate to these kind of photos, and have had several over the course of the year that I could have pulled from the archives for this week. But I shot a new one, because that’s what we do!