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SHOOT LOW KEY

ow-key lighting has been favoured for its dramatic style in photography and cinema for decades. Closely associated with film noir, low-key images focus viewer attention on one area of the frame by limiting contextual detail. They introduce a sense of isolation and limit the feeling that the scene continues beyond the edges of

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