Photographer Vincent Brady captures 360° panoramas to mimic star trails in Van Gogh’s masterpiece

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With bold colours and long trails, these photographs look more like a painting of the night’s sky by Dutch post-impressionist painter Vincent Van Gogh.

But in fact photographer Vincent Brady managed to capture these dazzling images using a custom rig of four cameras – each with a fish eye lens attached to give a 360 degree view.

He managed to achieve a series of images that show the paths that the stars etch through the sky above some of the most beautiful landscapes in the United States.


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