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Monday, March 2, 2020

Five Frames, Minolta MD 28mm F2.8, Low Key Re-Edits

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Olympus Pen E-P5, Minolta MD 28mm F2.8

#VintageLensTest - Five frames with a Minolta MD 28mm F2.8, a re-edit of an earlier low-key shoot session.

A re-edit of the images from the low-key photography session I did quite a while back, with the initial post-processed images posted here. Nothing much about this exercise either, just a repeat exercise on the selection of images, cropping, and post-processing, just to see whether my post-processing techniques have improved at all.

Supposedly easy to do, low-key photography is actually very hard to master. Starting off, lowkey photography is a genre of photography consisting of shooting dark-colored scenes, with natural or artificial lighting emphasizing only specific areas in the frame. Results are often visually mysterious, seen as a composition or compositions of light and shapes, interpreted only by the viewer himself.

Olympus Pen E-P5, Minolta MD 28nn F2.8

Images were shot in RAW on the Minolta MD 28mm F2.8, mounted on an Olympus Pen E-P5. Post-processing includes edits in Auto Tone Correction, Crop, Tone Curve, Brightness & Contrast, Hue & Saturation, and Unsharp Mask.




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