22 thoughts on “scarred

      1. No, high key is the opposite of low key – get away! No!! Really??? High key means that the tones / colours in an image are pale / whitish, as opposed to low key, where they’re all / mostly dark. Colour saturation chimes in here because, in a pale image, the colours are pale and hence with low saturation. But the reverse may not apply because if colours are highly saturated, the image may simply be very colourful, rather than low key. A


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