- Noir Frames
- In the early 1940s, a style of movie making developed called “Film Noir,” a French phrase literally meaning “black film.” The name refers to a genre of mostly black-and-white American films with bleak subject matter, downbeat tone, and low-key lighting.
My intention was to give this mystery on long exposure shots taken at night or close to sunset..mostly with scapes..but i will show you also some with people..Find quite fascinating this new project of mine and i will keep it open since i will search for new opportunities and interpretations..
Hope you enjoy it.. This new one is one of my favorites...