Film noir photography portraits

Step into the mysterious world of film noir with these stunning photography portraits. Discover top ideas to capture the essence of this iconic genre and unleash your creative vision.
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12 different cocktails, 4 friends, equals 48 cocktails. And we managed to get most of the photos in focus. This project was really just a good excuse to have a few cocktails with some friends. Cocktails have a classic, sophisticated and seductive feel. I wanted to create photos that matched that. Film noir came to... Open Post

bill danger
In this image only a bit of the face shown which makes it very different to look at as not much of it is visible. Portrait, Art, Human, Silhouette, Human Silhouette

Photo taken at a Film Noir Meetup held October 2010 at Yards Brewery. In addition to shooting, I was responsible for the direction and lighting seen in this shot. The model in this photo is Rob Galland (portfolio pending). Learn more about this shoot here: "Shooting Noir" post at See more shots from this set here: Film Noir Shoot.

Adam Marszalski
Strobist - Film Noir by Indianabond (Eric), via Flickr Films, Photography, Portrait, Light Photography, Dark Photography, Low Key Photography, Studio Portraits, Hard Light, Light In The Dark

Strobist Lighting 102 - Film Noir Exercise I've been trying to come up with a cool concept for the Film Noir Assignment on But I figured before I put my friends through the trouble of having to pose for me, I should at least try out the lighting technique first. So I tested it out on myself. Strobist Info: Canon 580EXII just out of frame, high & camera left restricted with a strip of gaffer tape across the top and bottom. Canon 430EXII behind me and camera-right.

Autumn Lewis
"Come and get me coppers...." By itsjustanalias Films, Noir, Noir Detective, Light And Shadow, Black And White, Negro, Film Inspiration, Blanco Y Negro, Film Noir Photography

Strobist 102, assignment 4.2 Hard Light: Film Noir Strobism: One gridded SB28 at 1/4 power on a stand to the right, one bare SB28 at 1/4 power outside the window, angled up through the narrow slats. I had good fun with this, I'll do some more soon. I had a big book of Film Noir when I was 15 and I loved the look...

Matita Promjai