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September 3, 2016 AT 4:00 am

Emma Hartvig’s Late Showings #celebratephotography

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Beautiful series with incredibly rich colors and textures by Emma Hartvig via creative boom:

Hartvig clarifies that we are in fact witnessing elements of both. Inspired by the suspense created in Hollywood thrillers, and particularly the work of Alfred Hitchcock, the colourful collection of stills pays homage to the many facets of ‘cinema’.

The photographer explains: “Late Showings at the Cinema (2016) is a body of work portraying a glamorous setting with a strong feeling of tension. Hints of crime scenes or luxury events. At all times, you’d think something is about to happen, similar to old hollywood films – think Alfred Hitchcock’s cinematic tension.”

Read more and see more from Emma Hartvig. Be sure to check out Emma Hartvig’s Botany series as well!


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