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Hi all, I don't usually notify the newsgroups just because there's new images on my site, but I think these are different. The new "Faces in Nature" gallery shows 15 images that started as straight large-format B&W landscapes. However I found that by flipping the photos, and combining the resultant mirror images (plus sometimes a little tweaking with PS), I often created one or more faces from the natural elements. As far as I know this kind of work hasn't been published before, although I'm prepared to stand corrected on that. Please have a look at [url]http://www.robgray.com[/url], comments are appreciated ...

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    Hi all,

    I don't usually notify the newsgroups just because there's new images on my
    site, but I think these are different.

    The new "Faces in Nature" gallery shows 15 images that started as straight
    large-format B&W landscapes. However I found that by flipping the photos,
    and combining the resultant mirror images (plus sometimes a little tweaking
    with PS), I often created one or more faces from the natural elements.

    As far as I know this kind of work hasn't been published before, although
    I'm prepared to stand corrected on that.

    Please have a look at [url]http://www.robgray.com[/url], comments are appreciated
    either on this forum or directly to me on [email]rg1robgray.com[/email]

    Regards
    Rob


    Rob Gray Guest

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    "Rob Gray" <unusedrobgray.com> wrote:

    [snip]
    > The new "Faces in Nature" gallery shows 15 images that started as straight
    > large-format B&W landscapes. However I found that by flipping the photos,
    > and combining the resultant mirror images (plus sometimes a little
    tweaking
    > with PS), I often created one or more faces from the natural elements.
    >
    > As far as I know this kind of work hasn't been published before, although
    > I'm prepared to stand corrected on that.
    >
    > Please have a look at [url]http://www.robgray.com[/url], comments are appreciated
    > either on this forum or directly to me on [email]rg1robgray.com[/email]
    I was intrigued, fascinated, with your shots, very impressed.

    KC


    Ken Guest

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