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Tilt-Shifting Van Gogh

Tilt-shift is a photography technique that changes the focus of the scene, making the resulting photograph look like it’s a miniature. Art student Serena Malyon decided to try applying a digital version of tilt-shifting on various artists’ works, and discovered that Vincent Van Gogh’s style worked perfectly, The resulting alterations make Van Gogh’s paintings sprint to life.

The Painter on His Road to Tarascon

Van Gogh Tilt Shift

Wheat Field with Rising Sun

Van Gogh Tilt Shift

The Harvest

Van Gogh Tilt Shift

Arles: View from the Wheat Fields

Van Gogh Tilt Shift

Wheat Fields

Van Gogh Tilt Shift

Landscape with Carriage and Train in the Background

Van Gogh Tilt Shift

Starry Night Over the Rhone

Van Gogh Tilt Shift

View of Saintes-Maries

Van Gogh Tilt Shift

Starry Night

Van Gogh Tilt Shift

Snow-Covered Field with a Harrow

Van Gogh Tilt Shift

Pont de Langlois

Van Gogh Tilt Shift

Prisoners Exercising

Van Gogh Tilt Shift

Mountains at Saint-Remy

Van Gogh Tilt Shift

The Red Vineyard

Van Gogh Tilt Shift

Field with Poppies

Van Gogh Tilt Shift

Red Chestnuts in the Public Park at Arles

Van Gogh Tilt Shift
H/T: artcyclopedia.com
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