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.
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.
Left: Hallgrimskirkja church in Reykjavik, Iceland. Right: The Church of St. Andrew in Düsseldorf.
On the left: St. Augustine Church in Vienna, Austria. Right: The Basilica of St. Patrick, New York.
To the left: Church of San Francisco in Mexico City. Right: The Cathedral of the Holy Spirit in Mumbai, India.