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    Alternate Perspectives: surreal landscape photography by Randy Scott Slavin - Northern California is a magical place where epic elements collide. It's really hard to take a bad photograph there. We spent the day on top of a cliff and the clouds had rolled in below us. It was like being in an plane. I ran to get my gear and just barely caught the sunset. The scene was surreal even before I touched it in post." Picture: Randy Scott Slavin / Rex Features

  • Maggie Von Pinkness

    "While on a vacation with my fiancée I took the image entitled "Big Sur". Northern California is a magical place where epic elements collide. It's really hard to take a bad photograph there. We spent the day on top of a cliff and the clouds had rolled in below us. It was like being in an plane. I ran to get my gear and just barely caught the sunset. The scene was surreal even before I touched it in post." Picture: Randy Scott Slavin / Rex Features

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“Alternate Perspectives” is a series of distorted panorama photos by filmmaker and photographer Randy Scott Slavin. Each image is a digital composite stitched together from hundreds of photos. Slavin’s panoramas will be on display at the Kristen Farrell Gallery in New York City, July 25 to August 12. The show’s opening reception is July 25 from 7 PM to 9 PM.

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