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    Hey Mark here is an example of what I think of when I hear "high key" with a b/w image, or maybe its just a black and white image with someone whos skin tone is just a hair over printer paper. Hope it gives you some insperation, Im no expert just another photographer who loves taking pictures. And we all look at things in a different light.....lame i know.....but its true look at others images and learn from them but in the end if you like it then so be it.


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    Joel


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    BTW my recently acquired 85 1.2 II is sharp as a tack, even at 1.2 as seen above.....although at this distance the end of a tack is about all that would be in focus.

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    Re: High Key Portrait - 1st Attempt



    I think you guys are fantastic...I am learning quite a bit.


    Here is what I understand "high key" is, this is from my sister-in-law gallery.


    http://www.fanfoto.pl/portretkarolinahighkeymellisana.html#foto









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    Re: High Key Portrait - 1st Attempt



    Joel and BES,


    Those are both great examples.


    Great thread Mark... thanks for starting it!


    May...be...a start for another thread: Show us your High Key Portraits!!



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    Re: High Key Portrait - 1st Attempt



    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Bookhammer


    BTW my recently acquired 85 1.2 II is sharp as a tack, even at 1.2 as seen above.....although at this distance the end of a tack is about all that would be in focus.
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    Greatshot Joel. I really like the DOF in this one where one eye is in focus and the other isn't. You are a very lucky man to own such a magnificent lens! Way to put it to good use :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Lee


    Great thread Mark... thanks for starting it!
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    Thanks! Hopefully we get a lot more contributions so that we can see everyone's different interpretation.

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