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Friday, January 13, 2012

Artsy Fartsy Friday~~~Tilt Shift Vincent Van Gogh


            I love new forms of art. Have you ever seen tilt shift videos or photography? It is awesome. The videos make everything look like miniatures. ..and the photography make the familiar  have a whole new feel. This was created by an art student named Serena Malyon.  It does not take away from the original art by Van Gogh...it just allows you to view and appreciate the pieces through different eyes.  It is breathtaking.


                      The description of this piece reads  "A collection of images by Vincent Van Gogh that have been processed by Artcyclopedia using a simulated "Tilt-Shift" technique. To quote the original article, "Nothing in any of these paintings been added or removed or had its proportions changed. The effect is achieved simply by manipulating the light in the scene and adjusting the areas of the image that are more and less in focus."                                                                            
                        

Sooooo what do you think?


             Have a beautiful weekend!!! Enjoy! Enjoy!
                                                                   
                                                          Blessings, Joanne

11 comments:

  1. Love Love! I remember doing a report on him in High School.

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  2. This is amazing. And I must say I think these are prettier than the real artwork...and I even read a book on Van Gogh, too! Nevertheless... Hope you have a great weekend!

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    1. @ Alexis -I'm so glad you liked it!

      @Ginny -I love it too! It makes you notice the details

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  3. Too bad old Vincent couldn't see this...I'm sure it would inspire him.

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  4. Very cool. I agree with Ginny.

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  5. Vincent is one of my all-time favorites. Such a huge inspiration and influence on my own art. This reminds me of a project I did in school where I took print-outs of his works and created 3D dioramas. Was essentially the same effect just IRL instead of on the computer. This is fantastic!

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  6. Beautiful. Awesome job. I was into art in my younger years and Vincent was an inspiration to me.

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  7. It was very captivating. Have a great weekend!

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  8. I had never heard of tilt shift - but that doesn't mean much! This was beautiful - it was like looking right into the scenes. Really cool! Thanks for sharing

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  9. If you are interested in Tilt Shifting, whether just looking at the pictures, or learning how to do it, I have an extensive blog at tiltshiftable.com!

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  10. Hi Joanne, this is very interesting. I have never heard of this type of art. But then, I'm what one might call a bit of an 'art dummy'. I really enjoyed it!
    Jann

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