Victor Tretiak's landscape photography defies tradition and is made up of small and grid-like fragments. The Russian art photographer practices his craft in Bangkok, Thailand and is known for his expressive and visually striking collages.
While traditional landscape photography captures still scenery, Victor Tretiak's images do so in an unexpected way. The photographer cuts a large image and separates it into smaller, square elements. When separated, each image resembles a puzzle piece of a bigger photograph. When joined together, these pieces form a large composition and captivate a viewer's gaze.
Capturing seaside and beach scenes, this photo series boasts serene visuals. Its portrayal of blue skies and clear waters is refreshing and representative of photographer Victor Tretiak's signature aesthetic.
Fragmented Landscape Photography
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