Ian Adams takes us to the train station in order to set the atmosphere for his photo shoot titled: 'Going Somewhere?' Adams says that the shoot was simply him having "some fun on a gloomy day." Sometimes creativity stems from these gloomy days, where Adams looks at public transportation through his lens.
The pictures are very dark, lit only by the large windows within the train station. Graffiti covers the walls and garbage is littered about. Adams captures people waiting for the train through decrepit windows, where they become frozen in time. He also shoots aerial views of the tracks and the train itself, where some images are blurry in the background and crystal clear in the foreground.
When many are in a rush to catch the train, Ian Adams freezes time and allows us to really see the train station still and dormant.
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Iam Adams Takes Us For a Ride in His Photo Shoot 'Going Somewhere?'
- By: Anne BoothSep 23, 2013