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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Dan Winter

"The mountains are calling and I must go." - John Muir

Another old negative found. Getting antsy for snowboard season again…. 

Ilford Delta 3200 film.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/dan-winter/14779636011/in/photostream/

"A clean wall is a sad wall." - Unknown

Summer 2k13. Found this negative from while ago and scanned it in.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/dan-winter/14779206661/

Kodak Tri-x 400 film.

Justin Baumann

Found this portrait on my computer going through files from over a year ago lol. Virginia Beach.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/dan-winter/14454301248/

Grim Reaper is my homie.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/dan-winter/14605166893/in/photostream/

A digital illustration I did over a photograph I shot. Photo was taken through a car window while driving through Laurel Highlands on a snowboading trip.

Title: Resuscitated Abandonment

Artist Statement: One of mine and my friend’s favorite thing to do in our free time has been exploring abandoned places. We’ve gone to abandoned insane asylums, schools, and houses. The one thing that has piqued my interest most in these places though is that at one time they weren’t so abandoned. People actually inhabited and filled these spaces. With this group of photos I wanted to try to reanimate some abandoned places. I used a white morph suit (white spandex suit) to create a character that filled in what might used to have been. The lighting I used for the project was taken from some older film noir movies. I thought that the deep shadows and high contrast from film noir would complement the work best. (Thankyou to Andrew Tinker, Dom Cozza, Ian Allegrucci, Mike Pavlik, Jenny Yanko, and Justin Baumann) for allowing me to drag you to weird places with me and for the help!)
https://www.flickr.com/photos/dan-winter/sets/72157645075619759/ Title: Resuscitated Abandonment

Artist Statement: One of mine and my friend’s favorite thing to do in our free time has been exploring abandoned places. We’ve gone to abandoned insane asylums, schools, and houses. The one thing that has piqued my interest most in these places though is that at one time they weren’t so abandoned. People actually inhabited and filled these spaces. With this group of photos I wanted to try to reanimate some abandoned places. I used a white morph suit (white spandex suit) to create a character that filled in what might used to have been. The lighting I used for the project was taken from some older film noir movies. I thought that the deep shadows and high contrast from film noir would complement the work best. (Thankyou to Andrew Tinker, Dom Cozza, Ian Allegrucci, Mike Pavlik, Jenny Yanko, and Justin Baumann) for allowing me to drag you to weird places with me and for the help!)
https://www.flickr.com/photos/dan-winter/sets/72157645075619759/ Title: Resuscitated Abandonment

Artist Statement: One of mine and my friend’s favorite thing to do in our free time has been exploring abandoned places. We’ve gone to abandoned insane asylums, schools, and houses. The one thing that has piqued my interest most in these places though is that at one time they weren’t so abandoned. People actually inhabited and filled these spaces. With this group of photos I wanted to try to reanimate some abandoned places. I used a white morph suit (white spandex suit) to create a character that filled in what might used to have been. The lighting I used for the project was taken from some older film noir movies. I thought that the deep shadows and high contrast from film noir would complement the work best. (Thankyou to Andrew Tinker, Dom Cozza, Ian Allegrucci, Mike Pavlik, Jenny Yanko, and Justin Baumann) for allowing me to drag you to weird places with me and for the help!)
https://www.flickr.com/photos/dan-winter/sets/72157645075619759/ Title: Resuscitated Abandonment

Artist Statement: One of mine and my friend’s favorite thing to do in our free time has been exploring abandoned places. We’ve gone to abandoned insane asylums, schools, and houses. The one thing that has piqued my interest most in these places though is that at one time they weren’t so abandoned. People actually inhabited and filled these spaces. With this group of photos I wanted to try to reanimate some abandoned places. I used a white morph suit (white spandex suit) to create a character that filled in what might used to have been. The lighting I used for the project was taken from some older film noir movies. I thought that the deep shadows and high contrast from film noir would complement the work best. (Thankyou to Andrew Tinker, Dom Cozza, Ian Allegrucci, Mike Pavlik, Jenny Yanko, and Justin Baumann) for allowing me to drag you to weird places with me and for the help!)
https://www.flickr.com/photos/dan-winter/sets/72157645075619759/ Title: Resuscitated Abandonment

Artist Statement: One of mine and my friend’s favorite thing to do in our free time has been exploring abandoned places. We’ve gone to abandoned insane asylums, schools, and houses. The one thing that has piqued my interest most in these places though is that at one time they weren’t so abandoned. People actually inhabited and filled these spaces. With this group of photos I wanted to try to reanimate some abandoned places. I used a white morph suit (white spandex suit) to create a character that filled in what might used to have been. The lighting I used for the project was taken from some older film noir movies. I thought that the deep shadows and high contrast from film noir would complement the work best. (Thankyou to Andrew Tinker, Dom Cozza, Ian Allegrucci, Mike Pavlik, Jenny Yanko, and Justin Baumann) for allowing me to drag you to weird places with me and for the help!)
https://www.flickr.com/photos/dan-winter/sets/72157645075619759/ Title: Resuscitated Abandonment

Artist Statement: One of mine and my friend’s favorite thing to do in our free time has been exploring abandoned places. We’ve gone to abandoned insane asylums, schools, and houses. The one thing that has piqued my interest most in these places though is that at one time they weren’t so abandoned. People actually inhabited and filled these spaces. With this group of photos I wanted to try to reanimate some abandoned places. I used a white morph suit (white spandex suit) to create a character that filled in what might used to have been. The lighting I used for the project was taken from some older film noir movies. I thought that the deep shadows and high contrast from film noir would complement the work best. (Thankyou to Andrew Tinker, Dom Cozza, Ian Allegrucci, Mike Pavlik, Jenny Yanko, and Justin Baumann) for allowing me to drag you to weird places with me and for the help!)
https://www.flickr.com/photos/dan-winter/sets/72157645075619759/

Title: Resuscitated Abandonment

Artist Statement: One of mine and my friend’s favorite thing to do in our free time has been exploring abandoned places. We’ve gone to abandoned insane asylums, schools, and houses. The one thing that has piqued my interest most in these places though is that at one time they weren’t so abandoned. People actually inhabited and filled these spaces. With this group of photos I wanted to try to reanimate some abandoned places. I used a white morph suit (white spandex suit) to create a character that filled in what might used to have been. The lighting I used for the project was taken from some older film noir movies. I thought that the deep shadows and high contrast from film noir would complement the work best. (Thankyou to Andrew Tinker, Dom Cozza, Ian Allegrucci, Mike Pavlik, Jenny Yanko, and Justin Baumann) for allowing me to drag you to weird places with me and for the help!)

https://www.flickr.com/photos/dan-winter/sets/72157645075619759/

Stay gnarly my friends.

A digital illustration I did over a photograph I shot. The ironic part of this one is that it was actually shot from a grave yard which helped to inspire the skull illustration.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/dan-winter/14516559852/

“Blessed are the curious, for they shall have adventure.” - L. Drachman

Mike Pavlik, Myself, and Ian Allegrucci.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/dan-winter/14455168446/

Smoke Break

Ian Allegrucci on a smoke break during a long day of exploring abandoned houses. 

https://www.flickr.com/photos/dan-winter/14284113889/

"Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things." - Robert Brault

Friday the 13th 2014 moon. High ISO

https://www.flickr.com/photos/dan-winter/14454213313/

“The Earth is Art, The Photographer is only a Witness ” - Yann Arthus-Bertrand

Justin Baumann.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/dan-winter/14210134997/