Abandoned Railhouse

I absolutely love discovering places like this from a whole new angle. Shooting these as Aerials with the drone is super cool, and it reminds me of my days as a kid building out railroad dioramas and model diooramas!

Bridging the Gap

I have, ever since Dji introduced it’s first unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) (aka drone), imagined what I might be able to do, creatively, with this incredible tool. I had looked at one drone after another, always holding out for something smaller that still ensured optimum quality in the images and video. I almost ended up getting the Dji Mavic Pro when it first came out, then hesitated when then announced the Platinum version of that same airframe. I was even intrigued by the Dji Spark, primarily for its diminutive size, but the trade off in image quality was nit something I was willing to accept. Fast forward to Dji’s latest drone, the Mavic Air… it was everything I was looking for and more, so I finally committed to picking one up. Do I like it? Absolutely yes! As my good friend Bob Lussier told me after I bought it, “It’s a game changer!”


I recently had the opportunity to explore an abandoned tuberculosis sanatorium I’d been wanting to infiltrate for YEARS! And what a treat it turned out to be, and I barely had a chance to scratch the surface of that massive hospital complex. I decided to start with the main building, since I was able to sneak into the back side through the woods, infiltrating directly through the very creepy morgue. I hadn’t actually realized where I was until I turned back to the entrance and spotted the nine “lockers”, some of which still contained the sliding drawers were all so familiar with from movies and TV. I’ll post more from the visit, and will hit that location again in the future because I really only explored the first couple floor of only the one main building.

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