This is a simple but exceedingly tedious process for getting everything out of a B&W image you ever wanted, and then some. I learned what I know of the process from David Byrne, a British photographer who's won every major salon exhibition in Europe Awards | David Byrne I am nowhere near where David is in using this process and perhaps in three or four years I can at least get close. There are ten slides in the demonstration. 1. The original image post RAW editing: 2. A Black and Wite Layer Adjustment with the "Blue" slider pushed all the way to the left. 3. A Contrast Layer at 80% 4. Exposure Layer Adjustment at minus 2.42 (I've named this layer - "Darks.") 5. Darks Layer inverted (Control I) 6. Second Exposure Layer Adjustment - named "Lights" at 88% 7. Lights layer inverted (Control I) 8. Using the masks on the darks and lights layers, set a brush for 10%, soft, and set your color as white as you will be brushig in and not out, color. 9. and 10. are details from selected parts of the image. In these, I have just barely scratched the surface of where I eventually went with the image. Good Luck! I think the end results are well worth the effort but this is not a process you can complete in 20 or thirty minutes of PP. I spent close to 16 hours on this image which can be seen in the B&W gallery..