In Kat Sloma's latest Exploring with the camera she talks about dark & light in photos- which apparently is called chiaroscuro in Italian.
This is what she wrote....
"Chiaroscuro is an Italian word, combining the words for light (chiaro) and dark (scuro), and it refers to an artistic technique of using light and dark to render an object as three dimensional in two dimensional art. It is commonly used to refer to very strong light and dark contrasts in a piece of art, such as seen in the works of Caravaggio and Rembrandt."
So, I had a search through my photos and found these photos that fit with this idea.
I took them earlier in the year at an art exhibition on Cockatoo Island.
I always enjoy exploring with the camera!