“It seemed like a nice neighborhood to have bad habits in.”


Noir | part 2

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6 thoughts on ““It seemed like a nice neighborhood to have bad habits in.”

  1. restlessjo

    Definitely trouble brewing… 😦 I hadn’t thought about street photography either but that’s very true. Richly atmospheric, Tobias. 🙂

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    1. tms Post author

      Thank you, Jo! I hope you stay tuned for the next Mystery Monday Morning…

    1. tms Post author

      Thank you, Stefan! But honour where honour is due: So far, the lines I use for titles are all but one from novels by Raymond Chandler.

  2. Kristina

    Hi Tobias, I love the noir setting in these images. and I’m truly impressed by how you use selected lights to set the scenery. And how you connect to that cinematic world of the noir moives. There is also some touch of street-photography in your work that I really think is special. Your work gives me a feeling of mystery and threat – I can almost hear the music, and see the crime that is outside the frame.

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    1. tms Post author

      Thank you, Kristina! It’s striking that you would mention music – when I mentioned John Zorn as somebody who can do a lot of things in terms of style, it was because I had been listening to a possble soundtrack for the series, a record called The Bribe. I very much appreciate you mentioning the aspect of street photography, something I was not aware of. But I like the thought.

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