Sweet Diary in FIlm Noir style by Elianne van Turennout

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Elianne van Turennout Profile picture In a penetrating black-and-white scene, full of atmosphere and mystery, a woman holds an antique book in front of her. She is dressed in a long, classic coat and an elegant hat, which give her a timeless and cinematic look. Her face is hidden behind a veil of flour, which floats in the air like an ethereal haze, creating a dramatic and elusive effect.

The book, with its weathered pages opened wide, seems almost alive. Letters fall down from the book - black, delicate shapes made of vermicelli, whose light weight causes them to whirl slowly before reaching the ground. The contrast between the black letters and the flour, which seems to flow out of the book and remain suspended in the air, gives the picture a surreal and almost magical dimension.

The monochrome colour scheme enhances the intensity of the scene, with sharp contrasts between light and shadow highlighting the shapes and textures. The play of light and dark evokes the style of classic film noir, where shadows are long and dramatic, and every angle seems to hide a story. The shimmer of the flour in the light, the sharp lines of the vermicelli letters, and the soft contours of the coat and hat create an intriguing interplay of shapes and textures.

The background is blurred and dark, keeping the focus entirely on the woman and her mystical book. The hazy outline suggests an abandoned room or a dark alley, typical elements of film noir, evoking a sense of isolation and hidden stories. The grainy texture of the black-and-white film gives the picture a timeless and authentic feel, as if it were a snapshot from a long-forgotten, enigmatic film.

This picture, with its powerful contrasts and intriguing elements, captures the essence of film noir while presenting a surreal and visually mesmerising scene.

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It all started with a4 paper and HB pencils. As a child I was often impressed by how beautiful the world around me was. The urge to capture this beautiful world, and to show the people around me what I saw, was actually there from the beginning. If I remember correctly, I was about eleven years old when I first met the camera. Of course it was a simple compact camera with a ridiculous quality, but I enjoyed it.

I sometimes said I wanted to be a photographer, but of course you have one of the two parents who says, "Dream on." Strangely enough, I followed the sarcastic remark as advice, and still went to study photography.

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