First B&Ws

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  1. Mrspurvis

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    Dagwood56 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    These are adorable shots, however your focus looks a little soft. I think all the images could use a bit more contrast and in the first two shots the baby has a stream of water coming out of her head ;) ....watch your background and depth of field. Overall, not too bad.
     
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    I like the 2nd one, cutie :lol:
     
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    lol ... very cute!
     
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    Converted to B&W using functions on my Canon Rebel XT, not PS. I agree that focus is a bit soft.
     
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    They are precious!
    If you have PS i would convert on PS just because of the tonal changes you can make to the pics before you convert. Also, a trick someone taught me to make B&W's look WAY better is use the Unsharp Mask tool when the pic seems too soft and flat. It really makes a difference.
     
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    Lovely pictures, you should shoot in colour then in PS change black and white :)
     

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