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Link Sanatorium.
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2016. This sanatorium has been vacant for some time. Despite it's grandeur from the outside, the majority of the inside was gutted for renovation of some sort, that never came to fruition. This is what was worth taking pictures of.

01:
piping. by Steven, on Flickr

02:
close encounter. by Steven, on Flickr

03:
bat attack. by Steven, on Flickr

04:
wistful days. by Steven, on Flickr

05:
smear. by Steven, on Flickr

06:
statesmen. by Steven, on Flickr

07:
the book of the lord. by Steven, on Flickr

08:
just a door. by Steven, on Flickr

09:
putting green. by Steven, on Flickr

10:
slats and knob. by Steven, on Flickr

11:
back way in. by Steven, on Flickr

12:
organized. (explored) by Steven, on Flickr

13:
first overture. by Steven, on Flickr

14:
cracks in the armor. by Steven, on Flickr

15:
try force. by Steven, on Flickr





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Magnificent.




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This set is absurdly good. Especially that first shot.




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Oh wow, man. Always outdoing yourself. Outstanding!




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Beautiful! 1 and 3 are most stunning. Thanks too for including an exterior shot, its gorgeous!



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Magnificent.


2nded!!! most excellent!!!




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Great shots!

Love the first one




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Ohhhh...what an incredible set! These shots are all instant classics, but my favorites are 1, 3, 9, and 12. Great work, thanks for sharing!!




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These are great! Very cool stuff. This is one of those places I just never got in the car and went to even-though I've wanted to. Your photos are some of the best I've seen from here.




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Quality of photos are superb. Even with most of the interior gutted out it still looks beautiful.




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Man I tried this place a few times way back. Every time there was someone parked out front and power on inside. Never got in. I did get into a few other buildings on the property though. The chapel down by the river was pretty interesting. There was also an old dorm building on the other side of the street that was neat. Though its been gone for some time now.
I wish I got into this building now after seeing your pics. Nicely done




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Man I tried this place a few times way back. Every time there was someone parked out front and power on inside. Never got in. I did get into a few other buildings on the property though. The chapel down by the river was pretty interesting. There was also an old dorm building on the other side of the street that was neat. Though its been gone for some time now.
I wish I got into this building now after seeing your pics. Nicely done


Thanks! We got lucky as the power was out in the place and the back sliding door was open.

I was also attacked by a bat in the organ room.





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Exquisite! Simply exquisite. Do you have a photography advice thread, or common tips you give people when asked? I'm sure you're asked for photography advice all the time, but I'd love to learn from you, especially about framing and grading.




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Exquisite! Simply exquisite. Do you have a photography advice thread, or common tips you give people when asked? I'm sure you're asked for photography advice all the time, but I'd love to learn from you, especially about framing and grading.


feel free to reach out to me with questions. I'll try to answer them to the best of my knowledge.

Here are some free tips that everyone should follow:

Use a tripod when inside, it will help immensely.
Take your camera off automatic mode. I generally shoot in AV mode, using live view to manage my framing and exposure levels (saves a ton of time).
Set the white balance to daylight inside of buildings.

Post processing:
keep it simple, don't overdo it.
straighten your images if needed.
Always check levels to ensure proper colors.
a little sharpening goes a long way.
Epstein didn't kill himself.





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feel free to reach out to me with questions. I'll try to answer them to the best of my knowledge.

Here are some free tips that everyone should follow:

Use a tripod when inside, it will help immensely.
Take your camera off automatic mode. I generally shoot in AV mode, using live view to manage my framing and exposure levels (saves a ton of time).
Set the white balance to daylight inside of buildings.

Post processing:
keep it simple, don't overdo it.
straighten your images if needed.
Always check levels to ensure proper colors.
a little sharpening goes a long way.
Epstein didn't kill himself.




That's great advice that I never would have thought of (well except that last tip, everyone knows that), thanks! Any tips for positioning the camera and/or picking a frame?




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That's great advice that I never would have thought of (well except that last tip, everyone knows that), thanks! Any tips for positioning the camera and/or picking a frame?



Look at other photographers framing that you like. And try it. Look through Macgruder's past posts here. And just look at them. They're so great, and you'd learn a lot.

Macgruder, adv. Pack, satchkins, baldaran, are some of my favorite photographers on this site, some simple emulation goes a long way too!

I never have been nearly as good, but I'd try to frame like macgruder all the time.



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That organ is a beaut!




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That's great advice that I never would have thought of (well except that last tip, everyone knows that), thanks! Any tips for positioning the camera and/or picking a frame?


I usually try to position it mid chest height, but it all depends on the room or where I am.

Try some stuff and you'll figure out what works for you.




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Amazing shots of an amazing place dude.




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I think your first shot is my favorite picture that I've ever seen. Fantastic framing.




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