You've never seen the gems of Christendom like this before!
Having been to hundreds of churches in my many years of travel I have only recently figured out this unique style of photographing and capturing the inner beauty of their interiors. Finding the perfect location in the center aisle then shooting vertically from the pew to the back of the church gives the perspective that only architecture of this form can portray. Each photograph consists of 5-9 shots merged together as a vertical panorama.
You can buy prints of these pictures and many others on my website.
The name of the church and its location is in the caption. Click on any image to view it full size. Enjoy!
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[See also: Inside Europe’s Super Creepy “Bone Churches”]
Richard Silver is New York born and Bred (raised in Brooklyn and now lives in Manhattan), but to him, home is where his camera is. Richard has visited 76 countries and more than 225 cities in his life, traveling to 12 countries last year alone. Even through his diverse former career paths that included Beverage distributor, Wall Street Broker, and Manhattan real estate Agent, he’s always maintained a passion for photography and started shooting full time in 2011. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries around the country, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Skyscraper Museum and Krause Gallery in New York. Corporate clients include UNAIDS, Bank of America, Macy’s AT&T, Tiffany’s and IKEA. See his work on his website richardsilverphoto.com.
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