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This is a discussion on getting back into monochrome within the Member Show-Off & Photography forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Took this on a hike this weekend. I used channel mixer to convert to monochrome and adjusted the foreground and ...

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    "sitting in the corner in Rick Roll timeout" chanwahyaoh's Avatar
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    getting back into monochrome



    Took this on a hike this weekend. I used channel mixer to convert to monochrome and adjusted the foreground and sky on separate layers.
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    i'd like the tree moved slightly to the right, but other than that great B&W
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    Thanks guys.

    here's another one from this weekend

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    Great shots!!
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