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.

6 comments:

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

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

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  3. What excellent sponsors you have my dear!l

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

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  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

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

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