Italian Hospital B – The Last Song

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Italian Hospital B – The Last Song

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Here’s an image fron the reception of an Italian hospital. The hospital itself didn’t look as if it had been empty for very long, this part on the other hand was stripped and empty, a little decay was vivible, but the property was watertight so not too dangerous.

I heard that a few weeks after being here that there were a couple of photographers inside when security started boarding up the entrance point!

 (Mark Blundell)

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I’ve included the initial image so you can see the difference between the before and after.

 

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11 Comments

Romanywg

August 9, 2012at 10:59 pm

second one is best by far. The first looks like every other urbex shot.
`IMO of coarse.

Bob Lussier

August 9, 2012at 11:08 pm

I really like both versions. The HDR version really brings out a mood. Great job.

Jim Denham

August 10, 2012at 5:38 pm

Nicely done Mark and kudos for getting in ahead of security!

Mark_Blundell

August 10, 2012at 5:55 pm

Thanks for the honest comment – always appreciated. I thought that the SOTC was a little ‘flat’, even after some HDR. I also wanted to bring out the painting in the background a bit as well.

Mark_Blundell

August 10, 2012at 5:56 pm

Thanks Bob

Mark_Blundell

August 10, 2012at 5:56 pm

Cheers Jim – the weather was rubbish the day we were there , maybe the security didn’t want to get their hair wet!

Toad Hollow Photography

August 14, 2012at 6:27 pm

What a story there, Mark, YIKES! Man, that would be a weird feeling, to hear someone nailing the place shut while you’re inside shooting! Great great textures and details here, my friend, what a fabulous photo!

– Gregory Allen Deese

August 20, 2012at 5:41 am

[…] Italian Hospital B – The Last Song – Mark Blundell takes us inside an abandoned hospital and shares a very dramatic and compelling picture of the main reception area. ┬áMark also weaves an interesting story of how a group of photographers recently inside shooting were almost sealed in while they were working! […]

lisa

August 21, 2012at 1:18 am

These are magnificent photographs.
Beautifully done.

PROJ3CT M4YH3M

April 15, 2013at 4:53 pm

Wow the italians know how to do things right. Looks even better with a bit of decay. Much preferring the processed shot but thanks for including the original I know some people prefer the straight from camera look.

Mark_Blundell

April 15, 2013at 5:32 pm

Thanks dude!

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