Goats - first try at B&W conversions

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  1. &Denekamp

    &Denekamp TPF Noob!

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    Hi all.

    I thought I had to give those conversoins a try as well.. I hope you like them.
    I've edited them in paint shop, so the conversion probably isn't optimal (not that it would have been, if i had acces to photshop, but hey..)

    C&C is welcome

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    Had to feed them leafs to make them stand still ;)

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    "and you are?"

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    (bit out of focus.. :$)


    Niels
     
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    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    pretty goats! :thumbup:
     
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    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    wow! and what is in the last one? is it SLEEPING?!?!
     
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    I like your conversion a lot. Particularly in the first photo. The hardest time I have with the b&w conversion is getting that richness out of black tones, but it looks like you did a wonderful job of it.
    Could you tell us how you did it? Do you have a color photo to compair it to?
    I really like the conversion. Nice job.
     
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    Don't be fooled into thinking PSP isn't as good as PS. It's fine. Some cases better, some cases not as good. That's why I use both.

    I like that first one. I think that's come out the best. It's amazing how high and far these little guys can jump isn't it? They get everywhere!
     
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    You have done a great job of converting, well composed shots, nice framing too!
     
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    Ooooh, that second one has evil eyes...lol. I like the angle of that one. The last one is a bit hard to make out.
     
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    &Denekamp TPF Noob!

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    thank all :D

    Don't worry, dont worry, the last one is just sleeping.. ;) I don't kill for my photo;s :meh:

    For the conversions I just added some contrast and brightness to the photo's (to get the histogramms leveled etc.) then a channel mixer and played with the levels a bit. #3 was the hardest to do.. cause the origional had very little contrast and was pretty dark overall..

    I hope to have a colour photo up in a few min.
     
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    that last one in the first series is awesome!
     

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