Our visual world we live in and understand is in constant change with different factors. These changes can be explained by two different forms of perception, perception of visual world and visual field: There are also differences between the visual field and the visual world, depending on the viewer's knowledge of depth and physical position. These are not differences that can be easily tracked. The visual field has a pictorial value. This pictorial value can be explained by optical rules. The physical basis for an image is that the objects in the three dimensions are a reflection of the two dimensions. When we compare the visual space and the visual world with this idea, the visualization from one point is that the sizes of the objects become smaller. In other respects they remain the same regardless of their size. These two conditions are also dependent on the position of the viewer as well as the attitude of the viewer. According to Gibson visual world encompasses depth shapes, the visual field encompasses the reflected shapes. The visual world is perceived while the visual field is sensed. In other words, the visual field is visible while the visual world is known. Detecting an image means joining a formatting process. This is a creative action that requires special effort. The image experience in the image plane is a form developed through the editing process. This plastic image has all the features of a living organism. The behaviour of the plastic image on the image plane is not determined by the behaviour of the individual parts that bring it together , but rather the parts are determined by the nature of the whole.
Keywords: Surface, Illusion, Optic