Alternate Perspectives in Landscape Photography

Randy Scott Slavin is an award-winning director and surrealist photographer based in New York City. He is widely known for his powerful music videos and branded productions that mash up clever concepts with bold imagery, and channel the energy of pop culture. In the series of photographic work Alternate Perspectives, he presents surrealist scenes which tunnel both landscapes and urban centers into mysterious vortexes. The artist’s initial work with spherical panoramas led him to the world of stereographic projection, the mapping of a three-dimensionally rounded image onto a flat plane. [Art Chipel]

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