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  • Mario Moreno, a Spanish photographer based in South Africa, uses Photoshop to create what photographers call a "high-key" effect.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • She describes that style as a combination of the dramatic, high-key Hollywood portraits done in the 1930s and 1940s by George Hurrell and the sculptural, warm-toned photography of Edward Weston.

    David Schonauer: How Herb Ritts Created the Idols We Deserved

  • She describes that style as a combination of the dramatic, high-key Hollywood portraits done in the 1930s and 1940s by George Hurrell and the sculptural, warm-toned photography of Edward Weston

    David Schonauer: How Herb Ritts Created the Idols We Deserved

  • First, I grew up in a chlorophyll vacuum, without intense greens, and therefore sharp greens, high-key greens, electrical, toxic-level, Technicolor greens provide me with moments of considerable excitement.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Shot with a technique known as "high-key", the cover would later be regarded as one of the key moments in design history.

    Raymond Hawkey obituary

  • This chart is hand-painted in oil, using dots of pigment over a high-key gradated Yurmby wheel.

    Charting Pigments

  • As a precaution, it's best to use fill flash when shooting against most high-key backgrounds.

    Images start with backgrounds

  • They chose a motif in full daylight, with the sun at their backs, and they both kept everything high-key, with the only dark accents under the log in the foreground.

    Side by Side

  • In the finished work, painted over a careful drawing after the benefit of models, the background stays high-key, but relatively cool.

    Mucha and Emotional Color

  • Miró dissolves the shoe, a hunk of bread, a fork, and a bottle into violently contrasting patches of high-key colors that emerge like flashes of light, out of Stygian darkness, yet everything remains recognizable.

    Miró's Decade of Exploration

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