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    Giving black and white a shot


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    Film or digital? I see a red boat (it looks like a boat) in the second shot, so I'm assuming it's digital.

    I used to love working in the darkroom. I kinda miss doing my own prints. I guess I should just bite the bullet and go digital...

    Nice work, though.
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    Thanks guys.

    Yes it is digital. The power of photoshop.
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    Updated with a few other pics. Trying out different B&W conversions.
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    Thanks.
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    Good stuff, man. As c00lbeans would say with my B&Ws, I think yours could also use a little more contrast to bring out some true blacks
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    Nice work.

    I'd have to say I like #1 and #3 the best
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    Quote Originally Posted by Verdugo
    Good stuff, man. As c00lbeans would say with my B&Ws, I think yours could also use a little more contrast to bring out some true blacks
    Thanks. Yeah, I have to play around with the channel mixer a bit more.

    Quote Originally Posted by chanwahyaoh
    Nice work.

    I'd have to say I like #1 and #3 the best
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