I really like the dramatic feel to the image. The light used is probably a snoot to create the dramatic feel.

Portraiture Photography By Famous Photographers i like this because it creates a horror look. this is using a snoot light because it creates a hard light on the face. which creates the effect and mood

Dark Note! The rear flash wasn't set up right on this so I had no rim light, but I loved the very subtle highlights from the gridded softbox above.

Week 50 of 52 – Theme: “Flash” Dark Note!

The rear flash wasn't set up right on this so I had no rim light, but I loved the very subtle highlights from the gridded softbox above

Tips for taking low key photos where the overall tone of the image is very dark, with just a small area highlighted. This can create a very moody and dramatic image. Written by Discover Digital Photography September 28th, 2014. http://www.discoverdigitalphotography.com/2014/low-key-photography-tips/

Low Key Photography Tips

Tips for taking low key photos where the overall tone of the image is very dark, with just a small area highlighted. This can create a very moody and dramatic image.

23 Impressive Low-key Photos | Low Key Lighting Technique

coffee and sugar on black and white - photography inside the café. I'll try to remake this!

Low-Key Photography for Beginners – Enter the Dark Side

Low-Key Photography for Beginners – Enter the Dark Side

Low-key photography for Beginners. Instantly add drama and mystery to your photos with these tips. Welcome to the dark side, it's fun.

Photography Tutorials with Portrait Software - Low Key Portraits

Photography Tutorials with Portrait Software - Low Key Portraits

this shot looks like it uses back lighting that is to the side - it creates mood and great dramatic effect

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