These Vertical Panoramic Photos Of Churches In New York Will Strengthen Your Faith

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If you’re a member of a huge Cathedral church, have you ever taken a moment to view how beautiful it really is on the inside? Visualize starting at the back of the church and then running your eyes over the ceiling and then down the front. Can you imagine all the intricate details? Most likely not.
But photographer Richard Silver has changed all that. In this set of photos, Richard took vertical panoramic photos of several churches in New York. And once you see them, you will have a new-found respect for these incredible architectural masterpieces.
“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 style can portray,” said Silver in an interview with the website Colossal (thisiscolossal.com). “This is a technique that I have been working on for a few years now,” he said in a separate interview with the website Pixable. “It is a unique way of photographing church interiors through a vertical panorama.”
Check out Richard’s website, Richard Silver Photo, for more amazing photography.
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Calvary Episcopal Church

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Church of St. Francis Xavier

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Church of St. Vincent Ferrer

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Serbian Orthodox Cathedral of St. Sava / Church of the Village

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St. Monica’s Church

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Church of St. Stephen / Church of St. Paul the Apostle

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Vincent St. de Paul / Most Holy Redeemer Church

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