Istanbul gets the Inception treatment with these space-bending drone aerials.
AYDIN BÜYÜKTAŞ’S PHOTOGRAPHS ARE a bit like the first plunge on a rollercoaster. The scene plummets away from you, leaving you disoriented yet giddy and just a bit unsettled as you try to make sense of just what you’re seeing.
The Turkish photographer uses a drone and some clever digital trickery to warp Istanbul’s highways, markets, and soccer fields in the most surreal manner. The scenes dip down and then rise sharply, an effect that is both dizzying and exhilarating. Büyüktaş says the images in Flatland make him “feel like I am dreaming.” Others may feel like they are flying. Read more…
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