GRIM architecture in Black/White and Sepia

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  1. pm63

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    Not all of it is grim, and not all of it is black and white:

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    nealjpage multi format master in a film geek package

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    I like 2 and 3 the best. Good patterns and pretty good contrast.
     
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    Thanks. These are some of the first B&W conversions I have done. Something I found impossible was capturing the full dynamic ranges, so the skies are blown out! They would have looked much better with a nice sky but to be fair, it was white and cloudless. Any more tips?
     

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