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American photographer and filmmaker Randy Scott Slevin offers us a look at the world from a different angle. More precisely, without any corners. In his series of photographs "Another perspective" it makes hundreds of pictures, and then creates a one in 360-degree image, with unusual image.

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"The process of photographing these places - the shortest part of the creation of similar photos. The longest - is to find a place that should remove, but also to find a place from which it is best to shoot. You can not highlight the scenery, so it is necessary to calculate the time of day is best to take pictures. Sometimes it means a long time to wait and see. " In the photo: Battery Park, New York.

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Empire State Building.

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In this picture called "The hand of the Lord", as if the beach holding a huge rocky hand. Randy travels across America in search of landscapes for their work. He says that the soothing atmosphere of his work is the antithesis of his frantic lifestyle in New York.

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Randy chooses a filming location in different ways; sometimes he just happened to come across a suitable place, and sometimes knows exactly what he wants. "To this end, a photo titled" Sea and Moon ", I found the place while driving along the coast in Florida. When the sun goes below the horizon, there was a moment which lasted only 10 seconds, but the sunlight was so golden that seemed almost unreal. Within a minute after I made the frame, rain poured from the sky. "

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"While on holiday with the bride I made a photo titled" Big Sur ". Northern California - a magical place where the face of the majestic elements. Here it is almost impossible to make a bad photo. We spent the day on the cliff, and below us passing clouds. I was like a plane. I ran for the equipment and photographed this place. Just a surreal place. "

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Battery Park at night.

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Palms in Florida.

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Redwoods, Big Sur, California.

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The Everglades, Florida.

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Tudor City at night, New York.

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Cell, Rocky Point, New York.

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Faure, Florida.

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"The Glass", CT.

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Railroad tracks, Conn.

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Dock, Westport, Connecticut.

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"The Dream", Florida.

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"The dreams 2", Florida.

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"Alice", Florida.

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Randy Scott Slevin.

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Randy Scott Slevin chooses a place for future kaleydoskopnoy photos.