B&W Photography

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RomanJohnston
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Re: Dont buy a seperate camera
In reply to Lord Mox, 6 months ago

Lord Mox wrote:

RomanJohnston wrote:

I attended a workshop with Vincent Versace and learned his conversion method for B&W.

I would TRULY invest less and attend a class he is having or maybe pay for the Kelby Online as I think he has a B&W class there.

Its only $24.00 @ month to join...and you can stop any time.

Kelby Training Online

He is probably one of the best B&W photographers I have seen

Roman

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I will give this a though irrelevant of whether or not I get another camera. I am about to finish up my PhD, have enough of learning materials to go through. Photography is my escape, I don't want it to turn into another science, for now...at least.

Thanks,

-LM

Which is why I referred you to Vincent Versace. His conversion technique is VERY in depth...but he has an action that will blow your socks off. It makes it very easy.

Quick example:

D300 file:

D300 file

Even from a Point and Shoot camera:

Coolpix from 2002

Roman

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