The Secrets Of Film Noir Photography
The word “film noir” evokes a feeling of fearful, dramatic and dark cinematic scenes typical for crime and thriller movies. On a wider scale, film noir photography is a style that can be used for a specific type of storytelling. In this article, we will look at some tips and techniques for this type of photography.
What Is Film Noir?
According to dictionaries, noir is a genre of crime film or fiction characterized by cynicism, fatalism, and moral ambiguity.
Noir is the French word for the color black and film noir are dark films that are known for their negative elements and suspicious characters. The term film noir was used in France during the post war years (1940s) to describe Hollywood movies based on American crime fiction that portrayed dark mood and cynicism….
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