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Low vs High key animal portrait photography

Today’s photographs are animal portraits in pure white (high key) and pure black (low key) backgrounds and come to us by Morten Koldby and Nicolas EvaristeA high-key image consists primarily of light tones, without dark shadows. A photograph or painting so composed features a diminished tonal range of primarily whites and light grays. A painting or image is low key if its dominant values are dark.

Both portrait styles look very cool and awesome so let’s enjoy them!

Low vs High key animal portrait photography   Nicolas Evariste→Dark Zoo7

Low vs High key animal portrait photography   Nicolas Evariste→Dark Zoo6

Low vs High key animal portrait photography   Nicolas Evariste→Dark Zoo5

Low vs High key animal portrait photography   Nicolas Evariste→Dark Zoo4

Low vs High key animal portrait photography   Nicolas Evariste→Dark Zoo3

Low vs High key animal portrait photography   Nicolas Evariste→Dark Zoo2

Low vs High key animal portrait photography   Nicolas Evariste→Dark Zoo

Low vs High key animal portrait photography   Morten Koldby→Animal Portraits7

Low vs High key animal portrait photography   Morten Koldby→Animal Portraits6

Low vs High key animal portrait photography   Morten Koldby→Animal Portraits5

Low vs High key animal portrait photography   Morten Koldby→Animal Portraits4

Low vs High key animal portrait photography   Morten Koldby→Animal Portraits3

Low vs High key animal portrait photography   Morten Koldby→Animal Portraits2

Low vs High key animal portrait photography   Morten Koldby→Animal Portraits

Images are displayed here because they are licensed as Creative Commons – Attribution by the photographers in their Behance portfolio and for the sole purpose of promoting their work and photography!

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