Pinfire noir- still shots from a black & white film set in a bleak and dark section of Paris circa 1850 – 1860? ;-)
What’s the plot outline for the movie?
B&W or color, some great shells in those & in quantity , nice!
Nice photography Aaron! The black & white makes the cartridges look more… “dramatic” in a sense. Nice work as always!
[quote=“bdgreen”]Pinfire noir- still shots from a black & white film set in a bleak and dark section of Paris circa 1850 – 1860? ;-)
What’s the plot outline for the movie?[/quote]
A classic whodunit starring a young entrepreneur (portrayed by Casimir Lefaucheux) who sets out to change everything you thought you knew about firearms. His shrewd business sense and unwavering dream of bringing a better solution to the people is challenged at every turn by the ruthless leader of the Parisian Arquebusier Society (portrayed by Jules J. Chaudun) as they watch their 400 year-old empire crumble around them.
Pinfire noir / film noir: Film noir is a cinematic term used to describe stylish black & white Hollywood film crime dramas from the early 1940s to the late 1950s. These black and white films are noted for dramatic plays on lighting and contrast between light and dark.
Sounds like it has the potential to be a true classic!
By the way, these were all taken with my iPhone 6, not even my DSLR.