Film Noir Todays hair & make up inspiration.

I really like the noir style of this image, there are lots of highlights which make the people stand out from the background. The old fashioned style might be something I would incorporate in my images

Just I have found some position and lighting of film-noir style......     Film Noir

8 Foreshadowing Laws: How to Foreshadow Plot Right

Foreshadowing is an important tool for creating suspense and setting the scene for the story arc of your novel. Read the 8 laws of foreshadowing.

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Infographic explains “film noir” and finds the most noir film of them all · Great Job, Internet!

The angle of the image is very well thought of, i also really like the shadow you can see which appears bigger then the actual man. - Indio roe                                                                                                                                                                                 More

“A man can be himself only so long as he is alone; and if he does not love solitude, he will not love freedom;” -Arthur Schopenhauer Photography, Benn Mitchell - “Lonely Man”, New York City, Undated

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7 Awesome Hardboiled Film Noir Detectives

Humphrey Bogart as Sam Spade in 'The Maltese Falcon' Directed by John Huston. Screenplay by John Huston. Based on the book of the same name by Dashiell Hammett.

Shelton Muller, Photographer: Film Noir Workshop

great image for especially after Vera uses the gun and killer is exposed Shelton Muller, Photographer: Film Noir Workshop

She applied her make up as care free as any other evening, already getting dolled up for the funeral.

NeoNoir An editorial for Ramp magazine in "Film Noir" style with a modern touch featuring the newest Lamborghini Huracan.

I said I didn't like guns, I never said I didn't know how to use one. GOOD BY

Jane Greer / production still from Jacques Tourneur’s Out of the Past Century Man

Still from The Third Man, (1949) Director: Carol Reed;
Director of Photography: Robert Krasker;
Art Director. Joseph Bato

Still from The Third Man, Director: Carol Reed; Director of Photography: Robert Krasker; Cinematographer Robert Krasker can take a huge amount of the credit.

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