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Video: Can high-key, high-contrast black and white processing save flat wildlife photos?

Video: Can high-key, high-contrast black and white processing save flat wildlife photos?

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Wildlife photographer Steve Perry has been shooting more high-key and high-contrast black and white wildlife photos in the last few years. He finds that they're a good way to deal with otherwise challenging conditions. Perry employs high-key black and white photos when the natural light and color are flat or bland. It's also a good approach when light is harsh or when subjects are backlit. If you properly expose a backlit animal, the sky, which may otherwise be blue or gray, can be bright white, which can be great for high-key...
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