I think I'll make the 6th shot the last one for a while from the Aroma cosmetics and toiletries factory in Sofia.
At the end of the production line the packed boxes are put on to pallets for dispatch.
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bantonbuju (51733) 2005-09-20 3:39
hi richard, this has been really something different, and i find it very interesting and informative; i do appreciate your posting this series; good work;
ChrisJ (86862) 2005-09-20 3:44
I like the motion blur of the box. Well managed dof & sharpness, with excellent contrast & lighting. Good work!
Furachan (0) 2005-09-20 3:57
Stpnedous stuff, RG. I mean, there should be a special commendation for Isabelle's "Safe factory" series and your Bulgarian job. Absolutely first rate. It takes genuine skill and photographic vision to create, to suggest beauty out of that lot, and you are doing this day in and day out. Seriously, this is remarkable work. Colors (that BLUE really POPS!), DOF, framing, the works...
Well done again!
coco (30433) 2005-09-20 4:08
I like this one very much. The colours, the light and the sharpness are good. But most important is here the POV, that I like much.
Also I like how that woman is moving. Good job.
falves (1405) 2005-09-20 5:49
Great composition from a daily scene in a factory. The POV is great and the blurred box really gives the stress and movement sensation.
The colors are great and helps your composition.
It's indeed a diferent approach of what is normally posted here in TE, but I like it very much, due to the fact that the industrial environment is so familiar to me (I also work in a factory, although don't work in the manufacturing area).
gaby (19819) 2005-09-20 11:18
Hi Richard very interesting serie - great perspective and DOF - I like the movement on the left and the colors very cold -
bertolucci (13351) 2005-09-22 4:29
Hi Richard, I enjoyed your Sofia factory series very much. It's so gritty, so dynamic and so in your face. IMHO you took a very significantr step in your photography here. What I like here is the diagonal repetition of blue elements and of course the motion blur. Congrats!
Best regards from Rotterdam,