This week’s theme was “low key”. Chelsea says,
As you may have guessed, Low Key photography is the opposite of last week’s prompt. In low key images, the tones are darker and shadows are more present overall. Low key photos may read mysterious, graphic, etc. For this week, manipulate the scene to create a low key photograph.
I really wanted to make an image of these bright, cheery flowers in the moody darkness. It’s a bit tricky because the flowers close up at nighttime, so I ended up with a really deep depth-of-field and a fast shutter speed. I’m really liking the results!