The tilt-shift photography allows a photographer to modify a picture (with after-editing or on the spot by using special lenses) and “distort” the perspective, so that the final result resembles a 3D miniature of the subject – often landscapes or birds-eye views of cities.

Serena Malyon, an art student, decided to use the technique to modify Van Gogh paintings, to make them look like 3D miniatures. She re-created the effects on reproductions of the original paintings with Photoshop, without modifying them in any way other than “distorting” the perspective. The final result is surreal and really interesting.

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