Richard Silver’s NYC Church Panoramas

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“Each photo is about six to ten photos stitched together to make the panorama. Shooting from the pew to the exit door and back again making sure I get the shot the second time if there is something not good from the first one” – Richard Silver

 

“As someone who has traveled all over the world sometimes you forget how much New York has to offer to a photographer. I am always trying to find new and different ways to photograph this city. This is my newest renditions of New York in photographs.” – Richard Silver

See more of his work at www.richardsilverphoto.com

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A tad bit dizzying, but dazzling nonetheless, the always-creative photographer Richard Silver puts a spin on our usual view of panoramic pictures. Instead of shooting a landscape of pews and aisles, his NY Churches: A Unique Perspective series is a long shot of the church ceiling, with assortments of art, grids, and balconies.

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