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Inventive Van Gogh tilt-shift photography (12 photos)

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This amazing tilt-shift photography was the brainchild art student Serena Malyon. Using Photoshop, she manipulated the lighting and focus by blurring and sharpening certain parts of the photo to give it that realistic pop!

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  • vangoghcutoffmypenis

    awesome awesome awsome!

    • MigraineBoy

      Totally agreed!

  • Semper

    #5

    • Recce

      .. Thats my new background🙂 Love these🙂

  • http://www.facebook.com/Denzino Brandon Densley

    #1 Starry Night is probably my most favorite painting.

  • 123Roasthim

    that was actually really f'ing cool

  • GunnerX

    Wasn't this poster before already?? At least this time it's described properly.🙂

  • nothingtoseehere

    Just begging to be animated

  • Displayed

    Wow. I'm not into much artsy stuff, but this is killer. Uber cool stuff.

    • uber

      did you just say uber?

      • Ben

        ahahahahahahahahahaha

        • Displayed

          no it was an illusion. i did not….

  • Not First

    Very cool.

  • equalizermax

    This is a repost…

  • Corey

    i think he wants the clap more…

  • gigabest

    brilliant

  • TheRealSnowman

    Makes them look almost 3D.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1389225175 Howard Walker

    very cool!!

  • OneClownShoe

    These are brilliant! I sure hope she got an A.

  • Danger mouse

    Love it

  • Jenny

    seriously? blur tool? kinda looks like photoshop blur tool.

  • Josiah

    THIS ISNT TILT SHIFT it is adding depth of field

  • stickeys

    #7 is my fav

  • katie

    Awesome concept.
    #1 I think this should be the opposite. The close mountain thing should be in focus and the sky should be in focus.

  • theSidetracker

    http://thechive.files.wordpress.com/2010/12/a-van

    #1
    Amazing…I don't think I*ve noticed the buildings before 'cause the sky has always been in focus, atleast for me.

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