Tilt-Shifted Van Gogh's Paintings

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The visually stunning field of tilt-shift photography became a fairly big thing in the Web a couple of years ago. It uses a special lens that gives a real-world scene the illusion of being a miniature model. You've probably seen examples by now.

The guys over at Artcyclopedia decided to simulate this effect on the works of Vincent van Gogh. Using Photoshop they adjusted the photograph's contrast, colour saturation and depth of focus to produce some really stunning and amusing results.

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4 comments:

  1. That is an absolutely fabulous effect...adds a whole new dimension to the classic.

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  2. That looks fantastic ! I've seen it been done to photos to make stuff look like toys. But this has to be the best application of the effect I have ever seen :P

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