In his photograph arrangement, Flatland II, picture taker Aydın Büyüktaş twists level scenes into dreamlike, astounding gems.
Büyüktaş tells A Plus in an email that intermittently, our consideration isn’t attracted to the spots where we live. As a craftsman, he gives them another measurement “where the recognitions that by and large [cross] our psyches will be devastated and new ones will emerge.” He says that he’s motivated by books like Edwin Abbat’s Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions and Hyperspace by Michio Kaku.
To make Flatland, Büyüktaş photos with an automaton and afterward mixes the pictures together, as indicated by Bored Panda. Büyüktaş says he looks for areas through Google Earth or discovers them by possibility. It then takes around two months to join in the vicinity of 18 and 20 photos together to make one composition.
In one coming about picture, Büyüktaş adjusts an American football field with the goal that it seems to twist straight down from the sky, in this manner testing how we see its surface.
This series feature a lot of different places like a desert, an empty car park etc. so enjoy