Tuesday, January 05, 2016

Industrial Decays

This old architectural design from the 60s or 70s
with many others around, will perhaps be demolished
and redeveloped with new industrial buildings

Took some time to explore this abandoned industrial park located in the east region of Singapore and I managed to find some interesting mundane subjects to make photographs of – on both color transparency film and digital format.

The former is yet to be sent for development. The expired slide film used is Fujichrome Provia 100F. Well it was an impromptu idea to use film and besides all 3 rolls of Provia have been stored in the fridge for too long and way past its expiration dated February 2013. Look forward to see the unexpected or disastrous results. Will update this blog or post a new one once all are ready.

The photographs you see here in this blog are all in digital format. All made without any form of light-painting. Just exposed under the available ambience lighting from the sodium vapor street lights. All photographs are color-corrected. So here they are.

Sign of nature claiming back its land
Light trail created by a military fighter jet
from a nearby air base
Since this area has been vacant for such a long time
huge trucks are able to park their vehicles here for free
The red mailbox
A quiet drive way that goes round
the whole industrial park
A small drive way that leads to the back of
each building perhaps for easy uploading of goods

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