B&W- old masters style…..

Started Dec 22, 2013 | Questions thread
dark13star
dark13star Senior Member • Posts: 1,790
Re: B&W- old masters style…..
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There are some very different styles among the people you list. Other than shooting B&W, I'd say that there is little in common. What type of style do you want to develop for yourself?

I use the Nik tools for my B&W conversions. I learned in the darkroom and I find that between the styles and film simulations, I'm able to process to many of the same effects I did back then. The print is also and important consideration. How do you want your end results to look? Glossy, matte, glossy-dried-matte?

The options are limitless with digital, but you need to figure out your photographic style.

Rich

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