High key photography uses unnaturally bright lighting to blow out most or all harsh shadows in an image.
You see high key used regularly for model photography, flowers and other subjects that are relatively feminine in nature. The Nikon image above probably reminds you of a number of ads you've seen for premium products like the iPhone. Effectively shooting indoors in high key is not easy if you don't have the proper equipment (outdoors on a bright day can be easier and cheaper). Lighting conversations can quickly become complicated, but I'll try to keep it simple here.
The problem with both of these is that they are fairly low-powered, which can make it difficult to pull off high key photography if your lights are good enough. Ultimately, it's quite difficult to get a good feel for a lighting kit until you get your hands on it. Position your subject in the center of the backdrop and make sure to keep the shot's frame within the bounds of the paper so no gaps are showing. Having your key light to one side will likely produce harsh shadows on the opposite side of the subject. One thing to watch out for is the light bouncing off your backdrop, which can cause strange halos around your subject. To evaluate camera settings for a given technique, I always like to take a look at a real example and inspect what the photographer did to achieve the effect.
Finally, the 100 ISO tells us there was already a lot of available light in the seen and the exposure bias is pumping up the brightness even further. What you can learn from this is that you're definitely going to want to shoot at 100-200 ISO in a bright environment with a f-stop that's high enough to give you a really bright scene. To sum up, high key photography seeks to eliminate harsh shadows and create a bright environment.
If you want to shoot high key indoors, it's best to have some studio lighting available, preferably 3-4 flashes: two on your subject, two on the backdrop. If you've got some nice high key shots to show off, be sure to leave a link in the comments and share your methods with us! Low key photography basically refers to a style of photography in which dark tones are predominantly used to come up with a dark, dramatic looking image. Taking low key images can be a fun given that, while in normal photography you try as much as you can to avoid harsh shadows, here you ought to consider them in order to come up with a perfect dark image.
To ensure that you get the most amazing dark images, avoid hitting the backdrop with light in such a way that unwanted textures and wrinkles are appears on the photos.
Another important thing to consider when taking your low key photos at the studio is the position of the subject. If you would like to reduce the contrast between the highlighted subject and the rest of your shot, adding a few light sources on the background can do the trick. You can also wait for the night to crawl in and take advantage of the darkness element that comes with it.
Keeping the shutter open for a longer time allows more light as well as motion to be captured. As mentioned earlier, always try to keep the ISO settings between 100 and 200 when taking low key shots.
Note that higher ISO settings (above 400) always results into grainy images with some cameras. Low key refers to a style of photography that utilizes predominantly dark tones to create a dramatic looking image. The key here is not just to produce a dark image but to use lighting very selectively so that only specific portions of the image are illuminated.
Instead of avoiding intense shadows, you'll have to consider them as the primary element of the composition; one that defines the mood of the entire photograph.
If you have your own photo studio, there are lots of ways to setup low key shots that will give you fantastic results.
You can definitely have a low key portrait with other types of backdrops, but this will help you achieve that classy solid black look that comes to mind when you think of low key photography.
For an easy and affordable setup, position your subject a bit away from the backdrop and use a single flash off to one side.
This should give you fairly dramatic results with all the lighting biased towards one side of the image as in the example below. You might also want to setup some sort of reflector card behind the light as in the image above. Another great way to get some nice low key shots without spending a fortune on lighting is to venture outside at night.
The bonus of shooting at ISO 100 is that the image quality stays high and void of color noise, which has a tendency to really stand out against a black background.
The primary takeaway from these two images is to try your best to keep your ISO around 100-200 to keep the image both dark and noise-free. The example images above are primarily portraiture, but you should definitely not stop there in your experimentation with low key lighting.
To sum up, low key lighting is a highly dramatic way of enhancing the contrast in an image that has roots tracing way back to the Baroque period and beyond. He, along with writing partner Lance Weiler, is an alum of the Sundance Film Festival Screenwriter’s Lab (2010). Much of his writing advice has been collected in various writing- and storytelling-related e-books.
Method: A synopsis will run about 2-3 pages, and detail the overall narrative thrust of the book. Method: A mind map is when you drill into your own head in an act of narrative trepanation, and you stuck a bendy straw in there and let the sweet STORY NECTAR dribble onto the page. My latest novel was optioned as a radio drama serial (I know!) before I finished the very final draft of the manuscript. One thing you left out that I find helpful is drawing actual pictures of things in your story (or if you are not artistic enough you can clip out magazine photos or rip off stock images and insert them into your scrivener files watermarks and all).
Glad to see different ways of doing this since I wasn’t sure if what I was doing could have been considered an outline. I’ve tried a timeline-method approach, where I have plotty bits plus a different-colored lines meant to signify the character arc and also the progression of the relationship of the two MCs. I always go HELL YEAH CHARACTERS FIRST but now you’ve got me rethinking some tentpoles and structure. First off, I just wanted to say that you made me giggle at your self analysis (and attempt to outline for fifteen minutes) because, quite frankly, you’ve described me in your creative spark of defiance. I read through the comments and had to pause to read yours because you gripped me with your first sentence, and then the first paragraph. The PEN-F’s classic body lines and silhouette are inherited from its predecessor, which debuted in 1963. The newly-developed 20 megapixel Live MOS Sensor is paired with the latest TruePic™ VII Image Processor to bring out the amazing image quality of Olympus’ M.ZUIKO® lenses. The PEN-F’s new Monochrome and Color Profile Control functions allow photographers the ability to emulate their favorite films of years past. Monochrome Profile Control combines five photographic effects — Color Filter effect, Shading effect, Film Grain effect, Monochrome Color, and Highlight and Shadow Control — for a variety of monochromatic expressions. The PEN-F features blazing-fast speed with the shortest shutter-release time lag of any compact system camera** at 0.044 seconds. The PEN-F offers additional compatibility with users’ legacy lenses by enabling them to register the information of lenses without electronic contacts for inclusion in images’ EXIF data.
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When you have been photographing them for 7 years,  you gotta bring out some new props to keep them entertained! High key methods were originally developed as a solution to screens that couldn't properly display high contrast ratios, but has developed into more of a stylistic choice.
Apple is fond of using high-key artwork and photography to show off their line of super-stylish electronic devices. Instead of eliminating shadows as in high key photography, low key photographers utilize dark scenes and heavy contrast to convey a sense of drama or foreboding. If you want to achieve that studio, white background look, ideally you'll have some studio lighting on hand. Alternatively, flashes are more versatile and powerful and are therefore the only choice for many studio photographers. The best you can do if you're purchasing online is to do your research and read plenty of reviews. At the same time, you want to make sure you're blowing out the backdrop enough to get a fairly solid white. With such a long exposure you'll want to use a tripod whenever possible to avoid camera shake.
It is generally used to convey an upbeat, funny or beautiful subject but can be manipulated to communicate a number of moods and concepts.
Unlike in high key photography where you over light the subject to the point of reduced contrast, this style intensifies the contrast by intensely reducing the lighting.
Apparently, the purpose of this post is to take you through the main areas that you ought to know about this style of photography.
One of the top things you should consider when setting the studio for these photos is a black backdrop background. This means that even if you don’t own a home studio, you can still enjoy taking photos in low key photography style.
Also, there should be an adjacent room to the main one, with a door standing in between them.
Of course, you will also need to identify a good source of light before taking your low key images.


In fact, this style of photography can have a wide range of settings, all of which will give you amazing results. A digital single lens reflex (DSLR) is always recommended as it allows you to adjust major characteristics of the camera such as shutter speed, ISO settings and the aperture opening. It’s a great photography style that allows you to create the most dramatic dark images and the fact that you can take low key images without owning a studio makes it highly affordable for all dark images enthusiast out there. Where high key lighting seeks to over light the subject to the point of reduced contrast, low key lighting intensifies the contrast in an image through intensely reduced lighting.You can find more examples of low key portraits on Envato Market.
Normally as a photographer, you spend your time trying to avoid harsh shadows, especially on faces and around the subject's eyes.
The trick then becomes manipulating your lighting and the positioning of your subject so that the shadows fall in just the right spots to create the look you want. Painters during the Renaissance and Baroque periods often used a technique known as "chiaroscuro" to achieve a similar dramatic tone for their images. He created several works, such as The Incredulity of Saint Thomas (seen above), that really capture the essence of what chiaroscuro was all about. Also, make sure you turn the power way down on the flash so it doesn't blow out your subject too much. Play around with different locations for both your light and your subject as well as different intensities for your flash. There are still plenty of ways to get a decent low key shot on a shoestring budget using only your camera and common household resources. The main room should be one that you can get completely dark, preferably with no windows or other natural sources of light.
You can use posterboard , paper or something else cheap that you have around that will bounce the light effectively.
This is a little trickier as a window tends to light up the entire room but can be accomplished with great results under just the right conditions and by using a thick window shade to soften the light. Parking lots are also perfect places to find drastically variable lighting conditions ideal for creating really dramatic shots.
The trick is to minimize the light entering the camera while not making everything too dark. You'll have to then play with your exposure and aperture to achieve the desired effect for your particular lighting setup.
Low key is excellent for product shots and anything else you really want to make look cool and stylish.
You can achieve this effect indoors with studio equipment or some ingenuity and outside at night in a dark area with a well-placed light source. Leave a comment below with a link to your low key shots along with a quick explanation of your lighting setup and camera settings. Also coming soon is his compilation book of writing advice from this very blog: The Kick-Ass Writer, coming from Writers Digest. Their short film, Pandemic, showed at the Sundance Film Festival 2011, and their feature film HiM is in development with producers Ted Hope and Anne Carey.
These are not so much golden rules as they are things I want you to grok regarding the plotting of one’s novel. One of the values of outlining is that it gives you a map forward — a fraying rope to reach for and cling to in the long darkness of the writing process.
No battlefield strategy survives contact with the enemy, and no outlines survive contact with the story. It’s not like the Outline Police are watching from the trees, sniper rifles ready to peel your scalp in case you deviate from the well-lit path of the outline. I find writing three paragraphs of summary as time consuming as writing ten pages of outline. The one with the Roman numerals (I, II, III) and then beneath that, in indented order: regular old numbers (1, 2, 3) cap letters (A, B, C), lowercase letters (a, b, c). So, you’re practicing with one format when ideally you should be learning to practice another. No specific format, but assume it should read like the encyclopedia for a world that doesn’t necessarily exist.
Also means you’re likely to build in tons of things that have nothing to do with the plot or the characters. This might be better when paired with one of the other outline forms, just to give you something less theoretical and more comprehensive.
Adapting the story into another medium altogether was extremely helpful in polishing the story. Out of everything I’ have written, outlining (in whatever form it takes) has definitely been something that helped me complete what I was working on. First, I write down the main parts of the book, then I try to fill in the chapters using scenes. When your ideas are in an idea state, they’re unformed, unstructured, subject to change. You sit down, come up with ideas, scenarios, characters, character timelines, plot… etc. You can try to get fired up for writing, but that kind of willpower fueled creativity is only going to last so long and probably get you no further than 15 minutes of really thinking hard about your idea.
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These functions differ from using photo editing software after shooting, as they allow users to apply and check effects in Live View while shooting to create their own original images.
In addition to the default setting (Preset 1), there is also Classic Film Monochrome (Preset 2) for a monochrome film effect with high contrast, and Classic Film Infrared (Preset 3) for an effect that mimics infrared film. With the PEN-F’s built-in Wi-Fi®, users can utilize the Olympus Image Share app for Android® and Apple® to adjust settings and monitor the progress of the image as it develops in real time on a smartphone or tablet.
The new Live View Boost 2 makes it possible to easily focus and compose shots while checking visible stars in Live View.
Be it the brightest of mornings or darkest of nights, the ?7S II enables new levels of photographic expression at whatever shutter speed you wish to deploy. The sensor optimises the dynamic range across the entire ISO range and broadens the range of tonal gradation in bright environments and minimises noise in dark scenes meaning that it delivers impressive results even in the most extreme conditions. Because information from all pixels is utilised without line skipping or pixel binning, the camera can maximise the expanded power of the full-frame image sensor and produce 4K movies with higher image clarity and negligible moire. The system corrects camera shake along five axes during shooting, including angular shake (pitch and yaw) which has the greatest impact on image quality and tends to occur with a telephoto lens, shift shake (X and Y axes) which becomes noticeable as magnification increases, and rotational shake (roll) that often affects night shooting or video recording.
The use of ZEISS T* Coating ensures sharp reduction of reflections on the viewfinder and unlike an optical viewfinder, the OLED Tru-Finder can be used to instantly show how exposure compensation, white balance and other selected settings are affecting the displayed image.
Its magnesium-alloy body is both light and highly robust and the grip and shutter buttons have been re-designed so that the camera feels more natural in the hand. Practically speaking, the bright nature of the photo really highlights the product and can make for some great attention-grabbing contrast. Depending on the quality and amount of equipment you want, you can expect to spend anywhere from $200-$1700 and beyond.
Within continuous lighting you can choose from either tungsten (hot lights) or fluorescent (cool lights.) Tungsten lights tend to run really hot and produce warmer looking light while fluorescent lights run fairly cool by comparison and produce something more comparable to daylight (source).
There are tons of places and ways to get a good high key shot, this is just to give you a good idea of one of the most popular methods of achieving the effect. Many professionals mount a 9 ft wide roll of paper high on stands, then roll it down across the background and onto the floor of the shot.
Fortunately, flowers are fairly immobile and tend to stay pretty still while you're shooting (barring any wind).
Finally, the flash actually serves to freeze the subject in place so that even if you're shooting a person, handheld with a long exposure, it's a fairly easy to get a crisp image. You'll also want to lengthen your exposure to brighten the scene as much as you can without blowing out the highlights or causing blur from camera shake or model movement. Make sure there's enough to brighten the scene considerably without blowing out the subject. Check out Envato Studio's servicesChoose from over 5 million royalty-free photos and images priced from $1.
Though you can use any other backdrop for taking the shots, a black backdrop will go a long way in helping you achieve a classy solid black appearance associated with low key shots. The door is useful as it help block and control the amount of light coming from the other room. For the best results, start with low aperture settings (wider opening) and adjust when the need arises. Therefore, a tripod or any other stabilizing device is necessary to eliminate the unwanted streaks and blurs. This means that using a bigger setting in low key shots allows the sensor to react quickly to the available light. Other great examples of artists who used this technique include Gerrit Van Honthorst, Tintoretto, El Greco and even Rembrandt to a lesser degree.
As a general rule, try to avoid hitting with any lights in such a way that it shows texture, wrinkles, etc. Depending on your specific preferences, this could be either desirable or something to watch out for and try to prevent. Resist the urge to think too much about what you can pull back out of the image in Photoshop and try to create the results you want up front. With the room as dark as you can make it, position your subject somewhere in front of the door.
To illustrate, let's take a look at some actual shots along with their respective settings. Normally an ISO that low would produce an image that's too dark under anything but decently bright conditions but here dark is exactly what the photographer wanted and the flash in conjunction with the reduced shutter speed served to fill out the areas that he wanted to expose. The extra light enables the photographer to shoot at a faster shutter speed while still pulling in plenty of detail. Together they co-wrote the digital transmedia drama Collapsus, which was nominated for an International Digital Emmy and a Games 4 Change award.
Every time I do it I have to grit my teeth and swig whiskey and engage in a movie montage where I ragefully punch frozen beef and run through snow. And often, pitching an unwritten novel (which becomes hypothetically doable once you’ve sold your first novel) may require an outline, too.
I believe very much that writing and storytelling feels like magic while at the same time being a wholly and gloriously mundane activity. Every journey across the country will require detours and unexpected stopovers — you should expect this, too, when you jump from the outline to the actual novel at hand. Focuses not at all on the plot of the single book and more about the overall world — including history, food costumes, design notes, religions, myths, traditions, holy dildos, mating parades, monkey-punching rituals, etc. The fist time I did Nanowrimo (five years ago, without an outline), I wrote 50,000+ words of basically garbledygook.


Oh, and I alternate writing screenplay and novel versions of my story because I think each improves the other. Then, since I often start with character and back-work to plot, I could try plotting out scenes intended to do have whatever effect on the character(s). You’ve got the reliable old novel, sure, but there are also novellas, graphic novels, web comics and web serials.
I am a bundle or storified potential energy-outline is in place, just couragefearcockinessangerhopelessnessshortsidenessprocrastination seems to stall me.
All too often, I find myself overthinking the beginning or a sentence or the images in my mind. How am I going to repeatedly kick myself in the brainpants without a higher-than-the-RDA dose of Wendig every few hours? Olympus engineers devoted extraordinary resources to ensure superior quality and craftsmanship, so much so that even screws are undetectable on the camera’s exterior. In addition, the powerful 5-axis VCM (Voice Coil Motor) image stabilization compensates up to 5.0 steps* of shutter speed for one of the world’s highest levels of compensation performance.
Both functions include quick-select presets designed to give images the look of classic film. In Color Profile Control, users are able to adjust the color saturation of 12 individual colors in 11 steps. Simulated OVF (S-OVF) Mode expands the dynamic range and provides an image similar to what would be seen with the naked eye.
Silent Mode is useful for shooting in situations that require complete silence, and Anti-Shock Mode allows users to prevent shutter shake. Up to 10 lenses can be registered, including the lens name, focal length and aperture value.
The PEN-F’s high-speed sequential shooting capabilities let users capture all the action at 10 fps with the mechanical shutter, 5 fps with C-AF, and an extraordinary 20 fps with Silent Mode.
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What's the Better Choice for YouToday we're going to learn all about what high key photography is and how to create the effect. Psychologically speaking, a product shown on white tends to suggest that it is high quality or upscale in nature. If you're on a budget or in a hurry you can try using a sheet (watch for wrinkles) or an empty wall. Since we're going for solid white, you need to eliminate these shadows by using one or two lights angled and pointed at your backdrop.
Today we'll jump to the other side of the lighting spectrum and examine what low key lighting is and how you can achieve it in your own work.
Getting into this habit will force you to learn the ins and outs of your equipment better and reduce the time spent in post-production.
It is popular in Poland.) A synopsis is less about the sequence of events and more about the scope of the book. Each Roman numeral might identify a chapter and then you drill down into the events of that chapter. A scene generally is set in a single location in an uninterrupted span of time — it is contained.
Point is, the book is like a tent and it only remains aloft and functional when a certain series of tentpole plot points hold it up.
You can track plot, theme, characters, really anything you want — and you can do so in an explicitly visual way. This bundle normally runs for $20, but for the whole month of October, if you use coupon code NAPLOYONOMO you can get it for 25% off — aka, $15.
I may, potentially, start NaNo with the screenplay and then go back and fill stuff in for the rest of the month. Web comics and serials tend to divide a story into smaller, bite sized chunks that are potentially more manageable. You need to develop a habit that you can stick with, even when the fires of inspiration burn low.
Just choose a subject or part of your story that you want to begin with, then type out the words for the sentence. Simple, stylish touches — like the included camera strap and the leather-grained exterior of the camera body and the back of the articulating LCD monitor — provide a unified look and feel.
This technology allows users to capture clear images of night scenes and other low light situations with minimal noise, without raising the ISO. The magnified display function and Focus Peaking (which offers three levels and four colors) allow for extremely precise lens focusing. The AF Targeting Pad enhances control by allowing users to set focus points by touching the rear monitor with their thumb while composing their shot in the viewfinder.
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This means that the resulting stills and movies demonstrate extra-fine detail with minimal noise. For greater comfort and safety, Sony is also launching the LCS-EBF; a new premium leather body case for the ?7S II which is also compatible with the ?7R II and ?7 II. We'll go over what kind of equipment you'll need, how to set it up, as well as what camera settings you can expect to give you good results. As strange as that sounds, remember that you're not going for contrast here but brightness throughout. Placing the light in such a manner also ensures that dark shadows surround the light area in your short- creating a nice dramatic atmosphere.
Now it’s just a smooth patch of flesh like bubble gum stretched across a puckered mouth.
Call me back when you have contained actual lightning — at which point you will learn that no amount of outlining is capable of diminishing its ELECTRIC FURY. Note that these outlining modes are not necessarily exclusive to each other — they can be used together, if need be. Detail the main characters, their arcs, the POV, the conflicts, the time and setting, maybe touch a little on theme. Just you cranked up on the batshit adrenalin formed when you’ve got your teeth around a good tale, running like a hog on fire through the jungle of your story. I started with a simple outline for a short story that was going to be for a flash fiction challenge.
We have to actually reach out and put our filthy hands to the pristine white clay of our ideas.
A drawback here would be needing to potentially team up with an artist, but it could be worthwhile if that’s what it takes to stave off boredom.
I’m not sure what all it is for you, but what I do know is that you should try to start somewhere.
Customizable buttons and dials are positioned for easy operation while the user looks through the viewfinder, and the new Exposure Compensation dial and four custom modes on the Mode Dial offer instant access to registered settings for simple, direct control.
Focal length may be set manually, so that even legacy manual-focus lenses can be image-stabilized.
The camera’s front-mounted Creative Dial accesses Monochrome Profile Control, Color Profile Control, Art Filters, and Color Creator, all with a simple twist.
In addition to the default setting (Preset 1), there is also Chrome Film Rich Color (Preset 2), which provides deeper tones in images, and Chrome Film Vivid Saturation (Preset 3), which creates high levels of color saturation. In addition, the PEN-F’s vari-angle, touch-enabled LCD monitor lets users compose Live View shots from a variety of angles, high or low. Face Priority AF and Eye Priority AF detect and continuously adjust the focus on faces or eyes for easier portrait shooting. Gamma Display Assist is a new function that allows users to monitor images or check focus when recording S-Log movies and the Zebra function has been improved for even greater control.
Also, various pieces of software can be used across these outlining methods — Word, Scrivener, Excel (yes, you can do some of these in spreadsheets), Index Card apps for your phone, Mind Mapping apps, etc.
They can cover major plot points only, or drill down and encompass every little beat of action that occurs. Chart their arcs — who are they when the tale begins and what do they become in the crucible of the narrative? The PEN-F’s High Res Shot Mode captures 50 megapixel equivalent images that reproduce incredible subject detail in ultra-high resolution, perfect for architecture and still life work.
The PEN-F’s rear lever lets users easily toggle through the various effect controls, including Highlight and Shadow Control, a feature that also allows for the adjustment of midtones within plus or minus seven steps for advanced customization.
Enhancing the detail of every shot is AF Target Spot Metering, which links the AF Target and the metering area, while Super Spot AF and Small Target AF make it possible to focus on small subjects.
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Luke walking the plank on the skiff above the Sandy Fanged Butthole just before R2D2 ejaculates a lightsaber into the air is a scene. So, you just need to write down the four or five big holy shit things that are utterly absoflogginglutely required for this thing to function.
This is less about what happens next and more about creating a group of characters and setting them on their path together (or in opposition to one another) and watching the story unfold.
A novel is, but a screenplay goes through various hands and phases before it actually ends up on screen. I was just hashing out some details of my Storm World idea with a friend who studied climatology. Drawing the room or area the fight happens in and draw where the gun is on the mantle or where the shovel is leaning against the shed, really helps you plot that event out. All those scenes add up to the LUKE MAKES GOOD ON HIS PROMISE TO STRAIGHT-UP MURDER JABBA THE HUTT sequence.
A film tends to have eight sequences, roughly 40-60 scenes, and those add up into three total acts. You get to think about where doorways are and which room will be the living room and the dining room and the SEX TARP room.
The goal here is to write out every sequence and then build into that what scenes comprise each.



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