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    kh-photos ~ Kurt ~, heritagefutures, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. esch* [deleted] 49 months ago | reply

      Very impressive looking!!!! Does wonders for your eyes :-)

    2. kh-photos ~ Kurt ~ 49 months ago | reply

      like my eyesight after my first experience with 151 Bacardi
      Beautiful work. I love the blur around the edges.

    3. leftoverking 49 months ago | reply

      thanks erich and kurt!

    4. 525 49 months ago | reply

      Very cool.

    5. heritagefutures 49 months ago | reply

      great work, like the b&W tteatment to!

    6. leftoverking 49 months ago | reply

      thanks heritagefutures and michelle!
      the old fugi does pretty good for black and whites. i must say i was a little disappointed to find my pentax 110d does not shoot in black and white. i always have a bear of a time converting them from color to b/w to my satisfaction.

    7. esch* [deleted] 49 months ago | reply

      If you Photoshop CS2 or 3 or whatever they are up to now try this site
      www.atncentral.com/download.htm#Urban_Acid

    8. luzcie sombra 49 months ago | reply

      I always shoot mine in color, then hit desaturated in photoshop, then tweak the levels.

      Is this film?

    9. leftoverking 49 months ago | reply

      lately i have been using photoshop elements 4. it's much quicker to load, and has the basic tools i need.
      this is digital. i haven't done an analog ttv in a long while. :) i desaturate with the pentax too, but mess with things quite a bit to get any kind of depth out of it. but my fugi finepix has a black and white shooting mode. works pretty darn good. i did tweak levels on this.

    10. heritagefutures 49 months ago | reply

      All my b&w work, unless shot in medium-format on film, is converted in the digital darkroom...you mat wish to consider not using de-saturation but the gradient map (under Image > Adjustments>) has a better conversion..or use SilverEfexPro

    11. 525 49 months ago | reply

      I'm a Lightroom guy (thanks to rustman telling me to check it out). Raw opens right up in it (at least I think I'm working on the raw file the whole time). And it's got great selective color controls which make it really easy to get what you want from your black and white.

    12. leftoverking 49 months ago | reply

      i tried the gradient map conversion, and it works well. it was fun playing with all the other gradient combinations in there.
      i have yet to try lightroom, but i know lots of folks who swear by it.
      thanks for the tips guys...

    13. Simon_J_C 39 months ago | reply

      This is fantastic!

    14. leftoverking 39 months ago | reply

      thanks simon!

    15. leftoverking 39 months ago | reply

      thanks reyguy! :D

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