Olga Majrowska's photojournalist style contorts the 'typical' role of nature to be a background setting to human action. Skies and clouds curve voluminously over tiny individuals. The use of black and white heightens the drama of the photographs. This film noir-esque theme contributes to a haunting theatricality to her work. The typical set up of the subject is bypassed in favour instead for an investigation of what happens around us. This device generates the effect of a constant life in motion where quite often humans play only a small part.