How to Shoot Low Key Portraits at Home

Shooting low key photographs in a studio environment is easier than you think. With just one source of light you can experiment with it in a hundred different ways. You also need a dark background—preferably a black one. The idea is to have a lot of contrast in your images. Gavin Hoey explains:

For this shoot, Hoey uses a single lightbox a Westcott 32” RapidBox Duo at an angle of about 45 degrees to the model and aimed straight at her. The model herself is standing in front of a black...


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