B&W Photography

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RomanJohnston
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Re: B&W Photography
In reply to Rservello, 8 months ago

Rservello wrote:

RomanJohnston wrote:

Rservello wrote:

In camera black and white doesn't affect RAW files in any way. So I don't see how that is applicable.

Not sure how this applies to the conversation.

In camera B&W conversion (or in RAW editor) does not take a lot of information in the file into consideration Colors with the same tonality that can be used in a quality B&W conversion get lost in a straight conversion in camera or in like ACR.

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You can change the PC to vivid, standard, neutral, and/or monochrome and the RAW file will be identical every time.

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Not disagreeing with your point...just not sure how that fits in the conversation.

Where is the relevance?

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