“You don’t take a photograph, you make it.”
― Ansel Adams
This is the seventh publication of a series in which I’m addressing the topic of black-and-white. The series include posts and videos that can be easily located by using the tag “learning-black-and-white” either in the search box above, or by directly clicking on the tag name at the bottom of this post. Also, here is a link to the entire series so far.
So, in this post, I’ll talk about post-processing digital black-and-white photography. There are multiple ways to convert a color image to black-and-white. Assuming you’re shooting RAW, those options can go from a simple desaturation process in either Camera Raw, Lightroom, or Photoshop all the way up to using a more complex workflow including several tools to create more professional looking black-and-white images.
So, the goal of this post is not to cover all multiple available options to convert images…
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