Panoramic pictures of temples from the entrance to the altar

• Panoramic photos of churches from the entrance to the altar

For the photographer Richard Silver's next campaign in a church in New York was a real epiphany: he was suddenly visited by the thought, "What would take a picture of the whole church completely, from the altar to the entrance?" And as Richard is not nearly as flexible as he would have liked, he could not take a picture of the whole church, inside, without turning around. Not wanting to break its neck, he decided to resort to the good old means of photography - photoshop. With it, he combined photos of one and the same church, creating a kind of panoramic view from the inside. Get amazing.

Panoramic pictures of temples from the entrance to the altar Panoramic pictures of temples from the entrance to the altar

To make these pictures, Richard becomes the center of the church aisle and makes 6-10 frames, which are then imposed on each other. On the left: the Church of St. Vincent de Paul, Los Angeles. Right: The Church of St. John the Baptist, New York.

Panoramic pictures of temples from the entrance to the altar

Left: Hallgrimskirkja church in Reykjavik, Iceland. Right: The Church of St. Andrew in Düsseldorf.

Panoramic pictures of temples from the entrance to the altar

On the left: St. Augustine Church in Vienna, Austria. Right: The Basilica of St. Patrick, New York.

Panoramic pictures of temples from the entrance to the altar

To the left: Church of San Francisco in Mexico City. Right: The Cathedral of the Holy Spirit in Mumbai, India.