Friday, 11 June 2010

Measuring Exposure

This is part 4 (penultimate) of my photography course.

Produce between four and six photographs which are deliberately lighter or darker than average, and say why in your written notes.

I took this for a fashion photoshoot themed on the 1940's. This was shot in colour and converted in Photoshop. I wanted to achieve something reminiscent of an Alfred Hitchcock film.

This was taken on a recent studio lighting course as an example of high key lighting.

This was taken on the same studio lighting course as an example of low key lighting. Ideally the model should have worn a black dress, but didn't have one with her.

This is from a recent studio lighting workshop featuring burlesque dancers. I've underexposed the background to emphasise the subject and to give the image a different mood.

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