The Winking Eye

© Vincent Lowe

The Winking Eye

Uploaded: November 25, 2001

Description

A rock feature at Ramshaw Rocks in Staffordshire, UK (there really is a hole through it, but I've never seen it actually wink - maybe only after a few beers). The original was a mediocre slide taken on a dull day. Some years ago I produced a simple two

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Vincent Lowe November 25, 2001

Oops.. too much text for the 'description' box! To continue... Some years ago I produced a simple two tone version on lith film - a B&W print of this was published in a photo magazine, and a colour 'in-camera' posterisation has graced the front cover of a climbing mag. For this latest manifestation I scanned the lith tranny, promoted the black part to a layer, then played around with various gradients on the background. In the end the simplist seemed the best and this is one of the pre-sets in Photoshop. #1992

November 25, 2001

i can see the grinches face #3066

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