This week’s theme was high key. Chelsea says,
High Key photography refers to images in which the shadows are bright to non-existent. High key photos are very bright and often have an airy or etherial feeling. They may also be just bright and stark. Using either artificial or natural light, make a high key photograph.
“High key” photography is one of those weird areas that’s very subjective. There’s a very fine line between “high key” and “overexposed”, and where that line is will be probably different for everyone. Anyways, I feel like a lot of high key photos tend to be in black-and-white to emphasize the highlights, so for this challenge I wanted to do a high-key color shot. Not sure if I succeeded or not, but I think it’s a cool image regardless:
Here’s an alternate shot I took which is maybe more “traditionally” high-key”: