This Photographer Has Found A Way Of Getting You To Look ‘Up’ In Church.
Yesterday, we showed you some insanely awesome time-lapsing photos by photographer Richard Silver. Today, we have another collection of photos from the artist, ones that prove that viewing photography can be a truly religious experience.
In these photos, Silver takes a series of photos in the church's center aisle, from the front to the back of the church. Using Photoshop, he then splices them together so that viewers can see the entire length of the church in one shot, all the way from the front door to the altar.
The results are mind-bendingly beautiful, and the photos below definitely deserve the utmost reverence.
Church of Transfiguration Krakow, Poland
Iglesia De La Merceo Havana, Cuba
Holy Trinity Yangon, Myanmar
Cathedral San Francisco La Paz, Bolivia
Church of the Holy Name Mumbai, India
St. Ignacio Shanghai, China
Santa Maria Porta Milan, Italy
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