Warehouses are boring. And when you only have to kill time while the riggers are doing their job filling up tonnes of load, trust me it can get pretty boring pretty fast.
Luckily, my habit of having a camera with me saved me my sanity and in the process I was able to get some decent shots.
I typically have 35mm but after a very long time i was carrying a 50mm lens (the only one I had that day) and felt quite refreshing.
Since it was only a warehouse, there weren’t many interesting things but the light was good and there were alot of lines, so here’s what I got out of it.
Even though these give a minimalist feel right off the bat, I tried to work with layering, geometry, contrasts (of colours and sizes).
The aim was to give a sense of organization, neatness and order. Come to think of it after sleeping on it for a few days, I realized that i was most impressed at how well the warehouse was organized. Even though we were dealing with machines of very heavy weights, it looked as if the were cinder blocks in the way the whole system worked. Maybe it was this that lead me to go for these type of images.
Here are my selects from that day. All shot on the Leica M10. Enjoy.
Note: The images are randomly ordered.