I Stumbled Upon An Abandoned Dentist’s House In Connecticut Filled With Vintage Stuff (24 Pics)
I stumbled upon an abandoned dentist’s house in Connecticut filled with all kinds of dental equipment, photographs, books, and antiques.
Have a look inside the dentist’s house with this virtual tour.
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Bored Panda reached out to Bryan to find out a little bit more about him and his work.
First, we asked the artist if they had any major influences in their life that might’ve helped them to develop and refine their photography style.
“Definitely my high school photography teacher and college professors. Other photographers and contemporaries. I look at a lot of photographers’ works and draw a lot of influence from them.”
Rendering images can be quite difficult and can take quite a bit of one’s time therefore we asked Bryan to tell us a little bit about his own rendering process.
“It depends on how happy I am with how the image came out. It can take 5 minutes to a few hours. I’m a bit of a perfectionist.”
The piano room
We also asked about his favorite type of photos since Bryan is a photographer.
“I love photographs that just make you sit and think. Ones that have hidden meanings or ones that are very eye-catching in terms of color, composition, and subjects are favorites. “
We think it’s fair to assume that sometimes creative work can cause quite a burnout, therefore we asked the about how he dealt with that as well.
“Never. I love being creative as much as I can. Sometimes editing can be tedious but I find it worth it for the final photograph.”
Dental items in a bedroom
We also asked them about how people reacted to his work since his photographs are quite unusual, given that Bryan photographs abandoned houses and buildings whenever he travels somewhere.
“They always seem to have a lot of questions. There are a lot of whys’? For me, that is the best kind of reaction because I want them to be intrigued. ”
The creative process is not easy, but there are many enjoyable parts to it, especially when it comes to a subject such as photography.
“Discovering something that excites me to photograph. Finding that perfect subject always excites me the most.”
Of course, we were also curious as to why Bryan chose to photograph all of these abandoned buildings as its not his first post here on Bored Panda.
“I love the mystery of not knowing what you’re going to find inside. And I love how some places can take you back into a different time period completely.”
Photography and art, in general, is not easy and requires a lot of patience, time, resources, and in most cases even money, therefore we wanted to know how the talented comic artist started their own career in the art of photography.
“I started in high school with drawing and painting, then photography. Then I went to college for documentary film-making. “
Vanity in a bedroom
Lastly, we asked Bryan about his motivation. What motivates him as a photographer? Is it curiosity, the search for beauty, or meaning?
“All of these. The search for finding something beautiful and mysterious. Something that intrigues me is what motivates me to go and shoot.”
Old tintype photograph
A picture on the wall
Women’s clothes in a bedroom
A filled cabinet
Holiday items and dolls
An upstairs bedroom
More photographs left behind
Bottles and books
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