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    Van Gogh’s Paintings Get Tilt-Shifted

    After seeing how tilt-shift photography could make real world scenes appear like miniature models, Serena Malyon, a third-year art student, decided to simulate the effect on Van Gogh’s famous paintings. Using Photoshop, she manipulated the light and adjusted the focus to make us see these paintings in ways we could have never imagined.

    LOVE.

  2. Tilt & Shift #13

Westminster Bridge by the Houses of Parliament as viewed from the London Eye.

    Tilt & Shift #13

    Westminster Bridge by the Houses of Parliament as viewed from the London Eye.

  3. Tilt & Shift #12

Playground in the Jubilee Gardens as viewed from the London Eye.

    Tilt & Shift #12

    Playground in the Jubilee Gardens as viewed from the London Eye.

  4. Tilt & Shift #11

Daytona Beach, Florida. 
The day I turned 30.

    Tilt & Shift #11

    Daytona Beach, Florida.
    The day I turned 30.

  5. Tilt & Shift #10

Alligator lurking in Boggy Creek Swamp, Florida.

    Tilt & Shift #10

    Alligator lurking in Boggy Creek Swamp, Florida.

  6. Tilt & Shift #9

Amsterdam.

    Tilt & Shift #9

    Amsterdam.

  7. Tilt & Shift #8

This is Hamburg City Hall. It’s called the “Rathaus”. 

Rat House…for politicians…..heh heh ;-)

    Tilt & Shift #8

    This is Hamburg City Hall. It’s called the “Rathaus”.

    Rat House…for politicians…..heh heh ;-)

  8. Tilt & Shift #7

So I did another……

In the UK, our taxis (apart from the iconic Black Cab) are usually Japanese cars due to their reliability and economy. In Hamburg, Germany however, it’s Mercedes all the way.
I call these “Devil Cabs” due to the phone number emblazoned on the side :-$

    Tilt & Shift #7

    So I did another……

    In the UK, our taxis (apart from the iconic Black Cab) are usually Japanese cars due to their reliability and economy. In Hamburg, Germany however, it’s Mercedes all the way.
    I call these “Devil Cabs” due to the phone number emblazoned on the side :-$

  9. Tilt & Shift #5 & #6

    During Easter weekend I paid a visit to Lawnswood Cemetery & Crematorium in Leeds, England. My main reason for going there was to lay some flowers where my Mum’s ashes are interred but it’s also a peaceful and fascinating place to walk around.

    The cemetery opened in 1875 and the crematorium in 1905 (the first outside of London). There are some extraordinary graves and memorials to the well-to-do Yorkshire folk whose remains reside there.

    I took these photos of the ‘Ethel Preston’ memorial. This grade II listed structure, dating from 1911, is constructed of Italian marble and features a life-size statue standing under a classical porch, in front of partially open black marble doors, holding a bunch of flowers.

    Some say she’s waiting for her husband to join her in the afterlife, as she stood waiting on their doorstep in real life many a time. Others say the door has been left ajar to allow her to travel to and fro the afterlife.

    Anyway, I decided to play with tilt & shift on these photos to try and bring the statue to life.
    Not literally. Obviously. Yeek!

  10. Tilt & Shift #4

Another attempt at a digital tilt & shift effect.
This one was more tricky. I’ve tried to concentrate on just the houses and cars on the other side of the river.

This was taken from the top floor of the library in Amsterdam.

    Tilt & Shift #4

    Another attempt at a digital tilt & shift effect.
    This one was more tricky. I’ve tried to concentrate on just the houses and cars on the other side of the river.

    This was taken from the top floor of the library in Amsterdam.

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