First try at B&W.

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by JAFO28, Dec 30, 2009.

  1. JAFO28

    JAFO28 TPF Noob!

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    This is my first try playing with greyscale in lightroom. C&C welcome.

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    Thanks for the input, i'll give it another shot.
     
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    if I didn't notice the Statue of Liberty in the background, then I'd tell you to center the subject. But yeah, the black and white in this is very nice and the photo does have a story to it
     
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    Thanks I tried B&W years ago with film, but never got good results. Never really had money for filters and such. Lightroom seems to help with that a bit. I still do most everything in color, but I thought I would step outside of the box a bit.
     
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    jbylake Dodging the Men in Black Supporting Member

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    I always thought, and still do, that black and white is the way to go for film. Just ordered 20 more rolls. I don't know what it is, but I just "think" that B&W film just works better for me.

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