Whilst cruising the net this week, as I do..I came across these amazing images and tracked to their source. Tilt Shift Photography by Serena Malyon. Tilt Shift photography is a method of shooting an object using a special lens to create a 3D effect. I am not sure this is what Serena has done, as in the original article she states she recreated the same effect using Photoshop to create an astonishing 3D effect by ‘adjusting a photograph’s contrast, colour saturation and depth of focus‘. Some of the purists out there are bitching, but art is by its nature organic and progressive, and I think somehow that Van Gogh would approve, he was after all experimental in his own methodology and approach.
All images were created for Artcyclopedia.com in Photoshop by Serena Malyon, a 3rd-year student at art school. In most cases original art images were obtained from Wikimedia Commons or from The Athenaeum image archive.