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    Setting up a new in camera picture control (take the standard monochrome setting and modify contrast and brightness to maximum, medium-high sharpness and a yellow filter characteristic) to provide high-contrast monochrome images in camera. Only resizing in Nikon Capture before uploading.

    These were just a few sample shots using this modified picture control.

    Used in by Ron Miller's article It's Not the Medium, It's the Distribution Method.

    Used in Leah MacVie's piece 10 Things to Think about When Developing an Online Course.

    miketaylor, Erin Carmen, idkwhatsthat, and 6 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. ngc1039 116 months ago | reply

      Certainly looks better than a lot of digital b&w. If you ever find a way to make it look like tri-x I'm all ears :)

    2. Andrew Stawarz 116 months ago | reply

      Thanks Jon! I don't think that can be achieved with Nikon's Picture Control unless I start being more aggressive with the tone curve. I was just looking at some short cut workflows and seeing how much can really be done in camera.

    3. paul messerschmidt (europe) 116 months ago | reply

      It's a nice look! I would lose the (so-called) sharpening if you want it to look less digital (but then I would like the murder the guys who came up with that abomination in the first place) ...

    4. Beardy Git 116 months ago | reply

      Did you intend to place the item on UPS just at the focus created by the corner of the phone? Yet another form of content delivery, I guess. And yes, I like the look.

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