Light, shadows, windows, hallway

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  1. darin3200

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    nice!
    you really are into b and w darin!
    how do you achive that grain ?? Its looks cool
     
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    Thanks, I like B&W and have my own darkroom so I do a lot of it.
    The cause of the grain is that I shot Kodak Tri-x which is normally400 speed, at 800, and overdeveloped in the darkroom to compensate which gives that look.
     
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    nice shot, I really like the grain.

    are you holding a zorki in your avatar.? ;)
     
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    Thanks!
    Zorki C that is. :D Zorki Pics
     
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    Yep, it's another good-un! Like the tonal range, works really well as a contrasty B&W.

    Rob
     
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    oh, I see .. I was hoping for a PS tip or something, but I guess I will have to stick to my dull style !! :-|

    your pics are really good mate
     
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    Thanks you two!
    Lucino: Just look for a PS tutorial that shows you how to add grain. Something really simple like putting a transparent layer above the picture layer, adding some noise to that layer, desaturated the noise, and select the filter to overlay so it blends in more.
     
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    Nice one! : )
     

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