Tilt-shifted Van Gogh

Tilt-shift is a photography technique that makes real world scenes appear like miniature models, effect achieved through light and focus digital manipulation. After realizing the technique’s full potential, people from Artcyclopedia decided to apply it to Van Gogh’s paintings. Digitally manipulating the images on Photoshop – without changing, adding nor removing any elements -, 3rd-year…

Creative reality

Erik Johansson likes to classify himself as an “experimental photographer”. One look at his works is all it takes to understand his reasons. Digitally manipulating the pictures he takes, the Swedish artist creates quite surreal situations, built to simulate the most perfect reality. Although his works usually take from 20 to 30 hours to complete,…

Manipulating reality

Even though extremely surrealistic, Jan Oliehoek’s image manipulations are so well done that they almost seem to represent reality. Thanks to the detailed perfection of each and every aspect of the images, the viewer might be deceived about the fake little zebra-frogs and candle-fishes to fill the works by Dutch artist, thinking they’re for real.…