I love B&W photography but only converted a few of my color shots over the last few years to B&W.
I guess I wasn't really sure how to get the best results when converting color to B&W. I'm beginning to look though some of my older shots to see which would make good candidates for B&W but I was wondering if some folks here could take a look at the few I've done and give me some tips on how to make a more dynamic and eye pleasing conversion from color shots. I feel like many of my B&W conversions look a bit flat so any help you folks can provide would be greatly appreciated.
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