Old warehouses

I just adore photographing old factories and warehouses. The places ooze stories, and have so much character. I love the colours and textures in the bricks and windows, the various bridges and ramps, rusted old roller doors, chains, locks, faded signs. These scenes really lend themselves to black and white photography where the colour stops being a distraction, and lets your eye wander around the details.

These warehouse images were shot on two very different days: a rainy day at the end of June 2017, and a sunny afternoon in mid October 2017. I like the extra effects the rain plays with the wet ground and reflections in puddles.

© Kell Jeater 2016

 

© Kell Jeater 2016

 

© Kell Jeater 2016

 

© Kell Jeater 2016

 

© Kell Jeater 2016

 

© Kell Jeater 2016

 

© Kell Jeater 2016

 

© Kell Jeater 2016

If you love these warehouse shots, you might enjoy my Freo Woolstores and Ross’ Salvage pictures. Check back soon, when I’ll share some colour scenes from the same area. Lovely old red fire alarms and pipes. Ooh!

 

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