The INSIDER Summary:
- Aydin Büyüktaş is a Turkish photographer with a passion for science fiction.
- His “Flatlands” photo series imagines ordinary places inverted into multiple dimensions.
- He hopes the photos will help people view their surroundings differently.
Aydin Büyüktaş used to wonder what it might look like if a black hole started bending time and space on Earth. Then, he decided to photograph it.
By compiling 18 to 20 drone photos into a single image, Büyüktaş turned farmland, country roads, and even parking lots into inverted, multi-dimensional landscapes reminiscent of stomach-churning roller coaster drops.
Here are 15 photos from his “Flatlands” collection.
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Aydin Büyüktaş was born in Ankara, Turkey.
He dropped out of college to pursue his dream of working in photography and video.
While gaining popularity in the film and advertising industries, he discovered his love of 3D animation.