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    Default Help with Digital Black n White

    Gals and Guys,

    I would like to ask a question that maybe has been asked before:

    How do we convert colour digital pics to black and white (not shot in black and white because shot on DSLR) and get some amount of grain and texture that will get rid of the usual flatness that we get when we convert to grayscale in PS.

    A workflow in PS or another software will help.

    Thanks!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapidmax
    Gals and Guys,

    I would like to ask a question that maybe has been asked before:

    How do we convert colour digital pics to black and white (not shot in black and white because shot on DSLR) and get some amount of grain and texture that will get rid of the usual flatness that we get when we convert to grayscale in PS.

    A workflow in PS or another software will help.

    Thanks!!!
    Check this link out http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=39263

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapidmax
    Gals and Guys,

    I would like to ask a question that maybe has been asked before:

    How do we convert colour digital pics to black and white (not shot in black and white because shot on DSLR) and get some amount of grain and texture that will get rid of the usual flatness that we get when we convert to grayscale in PS.

    A workflow in PS or another software will help.

    Thanks!!!
    haa..like this? http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=70642
    .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by semota
    Yeah like that but I got no money to pay for your course... if you wanna share the workflow... Well thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by coke21


    Thanks man!


    But the illustrating pics are not there.... sigh

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapidmax
    Thanks man!


    But the illustrating pics are not there.... sigh
    the workflow is simple...convert the photo to grayscale...use levels to your desired amount...then take the dodge tool in photoshop and manually burn and dodge! where to dodge and burn..that i cant teach you cos its entirely up your preference

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapidmax
    Thanks man!


    But the illustrating pics are not there.... sigh
    Its all abput personal preference. So follow the steps and tweak the settings to what you like.

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