Thursday, February 10, 2011

Van Gogh 2.0

Inspired by tilt-shift photography, which plays with depth of field and makes real world scenes appear like miniature modelsart student Serena Malyon simulated the effect with Photoshop, transforming a number of well-known Van Gogh paintings. You can see more of her images and learn how she made them here. To see other striking tilt-shift photos by various artists, click here.

Pictured: Van Gogh's "Prisoners Exercising," after and before. The original was painted in St. Remy in 1890.


  1. that is wild! ostensibly could be used by hobbyist photographers too?

  2. The effect is surreal - I don't have photoshop but I think I could spend many hours dabbling and experimenting.

  3. What excellent sponsors you have my dear!l

  4. That is so cool & I just love Van Gogh! Thanks for sharing:)

  5. Wow! What a difference!I have to take a class on that. There's so much I need to learn about photography and "fixing things".Maryanne xo

  6. Ah Van Gogh!...
    Quelle merveilles!
    Mais je ne connaissais pas ce tableau triste.



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