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When it comes to black-and-white images there’s a significant difference in the most effective style for each scene. One approach does not fit all conditions, and just as with the choice to convert an image to monochrome or leave it in colour, the style of black-and-white exposure and processing must be tailored for the scene currently being studied.

As such, low-key lighting won’t fit all types of landscape or lighting. In these cases

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