Randy Scott Slavin is an award-winning director and surrealist photographer based in New York City. Slavin manipulated photographs he has taken of scenes across the USA into 360-degree panoramas, which he then digitally mapped as stereographic projections to create his Alternative Perspectives series
While shooting series one I came to realise that I could never know how and what would make a great Alternate Perspectives image until afterwards.
Sometimes I would be shooting a landscape that seems mundane and then in post production I found it to be amazing!
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