A quick pic of the day today. A “high key” image.
That is, a photo where the entire image is bright. Like this one:
To do this:
- Use a person dressed in white, or a pale-skinned person, against a white background.
- Expose properly – meaning brightly. Use manual, or use exposure compensation + (plus 1-2 stops).
- Or, when using a flash, use flash exposure compensation +1 to +2 stops.
Note also that I used the “rule of thirds”. One attention point – the eyes – is top right; one (the cigarette) is bottom left.