Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by Alex_B, Jul 10, 2007.
The wooden Church in Jokkmokk, a Sami town in Lapland.
Cool. If only my Laplander grandmother were still alive: she'd love this one.
Great sky. I always love those nice black skies.
OOo very nice indeed!
If this is a conversion, it is among the best I have seen of late!
How did you do it.
Is there any trick?
I tried my hands on a conversion once again only yesterday and am not convinced of my own results, but this one is just GOOD.
Therefore I am curious!
And I am curious to hear where you are right now?
Still up there?
Thanks Yes, there is a trick ...
Select the B&W film, select the paper, select a filter, select an exposure .... oh, and the paper has a slight colour cast, so the final print is not really B&W, but you don't really see it.
Oh, and all this was done in my RAW converter
No, just got back
Just checked it now. .. set it to Fomapan 100, grade Microphen 11 min 68F, then on paper: MultiContrast Premium from Agfa
Beautifully detailed shot...nice tones.
Oh. Cool. Thanks, will try that - in my next life or so - probably. (No darkroom anywhere near nor far from me).
did you read my other post? those were all just the settings in my RAW converter ...
OK, which RAW converter, I think we all want one. Any lack of detail in this regard and we'll all be on a plane to Lapland to retrieve yours OK....
LOL, this is no secret, I mainly use Bibble Pro, latest version.
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