Indoor Density

By: Gustav Hoiland

Nov 10 2010

Category: architecture

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Aperture:f/5
Focal Length:28mm
ISO:1600
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 7D

Inventory

I may well find myself pulling out the camera more often during lunch now that my weekday daylight is forever sequestered by my occupation’s time commitment. Hopefully a bunch of portraits, more stuff in the warehouse, and … well we’ll see.

This is sort of a play off of yesterday’s post with the highly detailed street scene. There’s no floor that takes  up half of the frame here, but there’s a heck of a lot of hair-thin detail all over the place. It’s like this big mess of delicate patterns with the bottom right quadrant mostly filled with an assortment of unrelated shapes.

I think my favorite part of this is the two starkly vanishing-pointed walls of racking that pull backward so strongly despite the gap between them that’s partially filled by a fellow wall head-on. Something about the separation.

I generally spend an hour or so packing boxes full of screws and prepping them for UPS/FedEx, standing right by that dolly.

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