360-Degree Photos Transform Abandoned Buildings into Beautiful and Dizzying Kaleidoscopic Images
German photographer Sven Fennema has created his own kind of kaleidoscopes. Usually, Fennema chooses to photograph abandoned places in Europe like churches and cemeteries, places with architecture that bends and curves. In most of the photos, Fennema then angles the camera upward to capture the view looking up at the ceiling or sky. Next, Fennema takes numerous photographs, circling 360 degrees around his subject. Finally, he uses an aggregator to assemble the images together, creating the kaleidoscopic photos you see.
While the images, complex compositions of lines, spheres, and patterns, may seem dizzying, they are undeniably beautiful.