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Old 12-12-2016, 15:47   #1 (permalink)
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Bridge Buncrana B&W.

I previously posted this image in colour. I had a friend visited me yesterday and he said that would look good in B&W. He uses NIX software I have it but rarely used it so we did the B&W together as he was familiar with the program and I was not but wanted to learn. So I would be interested to have opinions on the conversion an if you prefer the colour or the B&W. Don't ask what we did, started with a pre-set and went on with control points and other things till we got what we wanted. We were after dramatic B&W.
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Old 12-12-2016, 20:00   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Bridge Buncrana B&W.

The B&W processing brings out more character the clouds
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Re: Bridge Buncrana B&W.

Really prefer the B&W
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Re: Bridge Buncrana B&W.

Thanks John and Scotty. I am inclined to agree the B&W has more impact. My friend who worked with me on the image prefers this kind of dark punchy impact B&W and does his own work that way.
He is in a camera club but does not enter any competitions, I have tried to get him to join here but just not interested. He does his own thing to his own satisfaction and I am probably the only one to see his work, it is a pity but that's the way it is.
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Re: Bridge Buncrana B&W.

I will pick the B&W too.
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Great minds think alike
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