A bright, white background creates a high energy, happy, and distraction free scene, perfect for pictures of your friends and family.
Use a Solid White Background to Eliminate Distractions
Use sunlight as your background
Use a flash on the background
Don’t overexpose the background
You can overexpose a high key background too much. If you bounce too much light off your background, the backlighting will overtake your model and wash out your picture.
High key photography is challenging because it requires you to create an intentionally overexposed background while still properly exposing your subject. Once you learn how to use exposure compensation and light your background, you’ll be able to create perfect white backgrounds in just a few minutes.
Also in Out door you can use the Horizons, skies(especially on overcast day) or bright sunlight helps you to get an awesome high key images!
Practice makes you perfect!
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