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    Default B/w Processing in Photoshop

    Hi, I have found a pic here which the tone looks very nice. It was processed using a software plugin Bible Andy.

    The Orginal pic
    http://nexi.com/thumbs/a/n/andy_sugar_before.jpg

    The Process pic
    http://nexi.com/thumbs/a/n/andy_sugar_after.jpg

    Any suggestion how to achieve this in Photoshop?

    Thanks in advance.
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    hav u tried to do tht yrself in PS??

    I dun c anything special abt this plugin, i used simple b/w conversion and level adjustment layers, just push the highlight/shadow and midtone cursor to achieve the similar effect.

    perhaps u can elaborate what effect draws u, then I can hav another go.

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    the best actions are the ones that allow you a range of options and results, so that you can see that you emphasize what you want

    but the best way, for me, is still channel mixer.

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    Default Re: B/w Processing in Photoshop

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger Canon View Post
    hav u tried to do tht yrself in PS??

    I dun c anything special abt this plugin, i used simple b/w conversion and level adjustment layers, just push the highlight/shadow and midtone cursor to achieve the similar effect.

    perhaps u can elaborate what effect draws u, then I can hav another go.
    Hi thanks, probably because i am still new to PP what i like the high contrast between highlight and shadow. It draws the attention to the main subject.

    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    the best actions are the ones that allow you a range of options and results, so that you can see that you emphasize what you want

    but the best way, for me, is still channel mixer.
    That is what i heard so far. like the one i am using now is Red 35 G 28 B 37. With adjusted curve, it seems close

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