Get out your cameras and try and capture the remnants of Noir in the 21st century when you find them before they disappear, be it a neon sign, a dive motel, a fire hydrant, use shadows, Dutch angles, dramatic lights etc.
Also if you are near any classic Film Noir used locations capture them in a noir-ish style, it could be fun. Think of yourself as a location scout for a Film Noir project. ;-) You can even caption them noir-listically.
I've been doing this for a while now late 1960's so here are some examples to get the ball rolling. I'll edit the images to give rough date taken also
It was 1AM. . . and nothing was open in Nowheresville.
(Arkville, NY, 2011)
59th Street Bridge
The sky opened up and the mark I was tailing headed down 59th Street towards 1st Avenue. (late 1960's)
At The Corner of Chiaro & Oscuro
(Hudson, NY, filled in for Melton in Odds Against Tomorrow , this is the corner of 7th St. and Warren the site of the accident in the film where the cop asks Belefonte if he saw the accident. The camera was sitting on this corner filming towards the opposite corner and Robert Ryan and Ed Begley were in the station wagon immediately in the foreground. Taken spring 2010)