High-key photography usually means the overall image has light or very light tones in it. It could be taken on a light or white background or with the subject against a white wall.
A clean high-key look is the result of having a properly exposed subject against a properly exposed light or white background (not muddy or gray-looking).
The images below is of a model in white underwear lying on a bed covered with white sheets. The images has soft contrast and has been “print” down to give a darker skintone.
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