Often referred to as the most important light in the photo, it is the one which makes your photo come alive in terms of depth and dimensions. One needs to choose their primary source of light and its use or the lack of it can create varied effects, as intended by the photographer. While making a light map of the shoot, generally, the key lights are the first ones which are put into place.
The following shot was taken without a key light in place.
Now, with the introduction of a key light into the scene, the results, I find, are quite adorable 😉
It is easy to realize that having a key light can mean a lot of difference in the final photo.
Immense thanks to Tuhina for being my model over and over again.
Last time, for K, it was Kelvin.
Go ahead and shoot some stunning portraits.
Wow, the key light does make a lot of difference. Great shot!
Do check out my latest if you find the time to. 🙂
🙂 learning and experimenting!
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