Photographer Uses Panoramic Mode to Reveal Breathtaking Architecture

Panoramic photography hasn’t been explored often in recent times. Photographer Peter Li shows how you can introduce a new perspective to the breathtaking architecture of churches. Li captures the ceiling as well as the supporting columns and allows his viewers to feel like they are standing at the center of the building. His viewpoint is simply amazing and almost impossible to get without using digital tools.

One outstanding aspect of the pictures is the symmetry gotten when the interior of the chapel is stretched. The composition gets its overall balance when this element is added. Another crucial factor is lighting as it makes it more compelling. Shadows and shapes also appear differently depending on the position of the sun.

If all elements are properly placed, the results are mind-blowing. The photographs take viewers to a different location while removing them slightly from reality. Li is presently making high-resolution panoramas which may come in wall sized prints.

Here are some of his work.

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The Natural History Museum Vienna 2016

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‘The Tempest’ Drapers Hall, Spring 2017

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‘The Cocoon’

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