Serena Malyon is a 3rd-year student in art school that has changed how you will look at Van Gogh paintings. She used a technique usually done with tilt-shift lenses that allows for specific and specialized focusing. She was able to achieve this in photoshop and decided that the Van Gogh paintings were the most interesting after being altered. One of the most common uses of a tilt-shift or perspective control lens is to make a real-world scene look like a miniature model. In the case of Van Gogh’s paintings, Serena has used her photoshop version to give depth to these pieces of art. Outside of these awesome photos, Serena is also an amazing artist, who has won multiple awards for her work. If you are interested in her work and would also like to buy some prints, she has those available on her Society6.