Film noir photography

Explore the dark and mysterious world of film noir photography. Discover top ideas to create stunning black and white images that evoke a sense of intrigue and drama.
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The word 'Film Noir' gives us a feeling of moody, dramatic and dark cinematic scenes that usually crime and thriller movies make use of. But, this should not be thought of as entirely for that genre of film but as a photography style that can be used for a specific type of story telling. In this article, we will look at some tips for film noir photography.

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Les Zackler
This is a picture of what a 1930's Hollywood Gangster looks like. I chose this picture because in the book Monster, the gang members are nothing like this "gangster". The gangsters in Monster and guys who wear oversized shirts with either blue as their main color, or red.: Black N White, Black White Photos, Black And White Portraits, Black And White Photography, High Contrast Photography, High Contrast Photos, Classic Photography, Mafia, Gangster Movies

This is a picture of what a 1930's Hollywood Gangster looks like. I chose this picture because in the book Monster, the gang members are nothing like this "gangster". The gangsters in Monster and guys who wear oversized shirts with either blue as their main color, or red.:

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Ofir Hershko
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Photographer revisits femme fatale styles of the 1940s - Just what is it about the allure of those female stars of the 1940s film noir era? Lauren Bacall in To Have and Have Not, Rita

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Maura Kelly