Van Gogh Tilts and Shifts

I decided to take a break from fashion week posts and share something interesting I found on PSFK today. I’ve written previously about tilt-shift lenses and my own experiment using them in photography before. I happen to quite like how they portray landscapes and architecture, and I have yet to try them out on say, portraits, but I thought this was a unique take on using the tilt-shift:

Image via PSFK

The above image of Van Gogh’s Starry Night, which happens to be one of my favorite paintings, was shot with a tilt-shift lens by Artcyclopedia. While nothing beats the original work of art, this is certainly a fun new twist on it.

Check out additional Van Gogh paintings shot tilt-shift style over at PSFK.

-B

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I'm a freelance photographer based in Paris.
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