A few years ago I found Forgotten PA, a blog that focuses on abandoned and forgotten about industrial parts of what made Pennsylvania great. There’s one spot that I’ve been meaning to go explore since discovering the site, but still haven’t. This morning I found myself with little actual work to do and no commitments, but didn’t feel like driving two hours north to the spot I’ve been contemplating going. So I looked around on the blog for something closer, and found Linfield Industrial Park, at roughly an hour drive I packed my bag on an amazing day and drove down. The blog was written in 2007, it does not mention anywhere to actually get into the park, nor does anywhere else that I tried to Google. To confuse matters even more, it’s also referred to as the Kinsey Distillery, but no address. Going off a rough guess, I set the GPS in my iPhone and headed out.Read more..
Posted in Places, Published Work by Mike Panic
23 May 2012
I’ve been working with Homebase Skateshop for several years now and am really stoked to have some stills used in this amazing short film. The purpose of the film is to raise awareness for how a community can come together, without tax dollars, and be beneficial.Read more..
Chad, Studio 950 Salon‘s owner rebuilt his salon and needed updated photos for his website, so we spent the morning shooting. His salon is beautiful and I hope I was able to capture it for him.Read more..
I hadn’t been on a photo walk in a long time so I was excited to go out with Andrea and see what all the fuss was about with urban decay, something she specializes in. I had a total blast, even in all the humidity.2 Comments // Read more..
I had the opportunity to shoot a pre-production Horseman bellows for DSLR cameras this past weekend and wrote a full review of it here. The review featured some of the photos, here are the rest.1 Comment // Read more..