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For you by Alfred Lirinch @ http://adoroletuefoto.it

For you by Alfred Lirinch @ http://adoroletuefoto.it

Visions of Myself Part 1 - Selective Development   Last night, I started to experiment with different ways to expose and develop a single self-portrait in the darkroom. In this variation I used a brush and spray bottle to apply the developer fluid. It’s great fun to watch your photo develop in this way since different parts of the image develop to different extents.   In upcoming posts I’ll be sharing more ways to do some ‘old school photoshop style tricks’ using anal...

Visions of Myself Part 1 - Selective Development Last night, I started to experiment with different ways to expose and develop a single self-portrait in the darkroom. In this variation I used a brush.

18 Beautiful Bright Examples of High Key Photography

High key is a lighting technique which produces images that are bright and not too contrasty. High key is best achieved in a studio environment with differen(.

She by Denisa Justusová Šumcová on 500px

She by Denisa Justusová Šumcová on

The high key lighting makes everything look so soft and the very small amount of blacks in the images highlight the main features making all the images look much more appaealing. Description from experimental223.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

High and Low key Photography

The high key lighting makes everything look so soft and the very small amount of blacks in the images highlight the main features making all the images look much more appaealing. Description from experimental223.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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