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    sick pics
    what method are you using to convert to B and W

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    Thanks...I've actually been using this action built by Mike Spotts that I DL'd off the dpreview forums...for most things it works just about right for me. I've used the Channel Mixer and coverting it to lab color/greyscale and back again but his action tends to be the best of both worlds for the most part.

    I do see what you mean about the contrast...the 2nd picture in particular doesn't really have any true blacks. I'll play with it
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    try making 2 saturation ajusment layers. the top one desaturated all the way. the second one make the blending mode 'color', then click the colorize tab and ajust the hue and saturation till you get what you want. This usully does a good job for me



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    Wow, nice! I'll give that a try, thanks
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