Photographer Christopher Soukup’s «Cinematic» series immerses us into the dark, hazy world of Californian nights with a retro style filter emphasizing the dramatic effect of these sceneries. These images can actually be seen as pieces of «never made movies», according to the artist.

«I am drawn to moments and scenes that put the viewer on the fine line between calm and ominous», he says.

More: Christopher Soukup, Instagram h/t: fubiz

Neon lights, vintage cars, ghostly human presence and foggy weather: the photographer managed to immortalize the moonlight in its most enigmatic face.










































































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