Day 33~366

B&W is much harder to do than colour I think, and I kinda knew it would be. Spending much more time in the virtual dark room, and so it’s making me late with the post, as always have to get work done first. Ā I applied the fuji monochrome profile in LR and then did things to it in PSCC. Ā  Anyway, here’s todays offering. A bit strange, but I like it.



  1. It looks like the image of a movie… ^_^


    1. cool! Thanks Francis. šŸ™‚

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  2. It almost looks like a painting. All these variations of light, the textures and the gray scales. I think the monochrome profile in LR is similar to in camera film simulation. The real thing is only created if you shoot JPG and use in-camera film simulation… that’s what the pro’s say! I read about it. May be you give it a try (if you want) in this month series. Would be interesting to hear your opinion on this one. Now if this is the start of this series I think we can expect fab shots this month. Take care and enjoy the making of your B&W series, Fraggy.

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    1. Thanks Reinhold, I have been shooting raw+fine in the mono setting, thought it would come into LR but it doesn’t so I used the LR version. I will at some point try the jpeg and see what that’s like.

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  3. Great outcome, and I have to tell you, I’m in awe that I can set my “new girl” to mono or B/W. I like the moodiness of this Fraggy

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    1. Thanks Kathy you should try it out on your XT šŸ™‚

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      1. Ohh I have šŸ˜‰ for my B/W group on Fb . Maybe I’ll do one blog in B/W .. If I ever like that many at one time šŸ˜‚šŸ˜‚šŸ˜‚šŸ˜‚

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  4. I like it too.


  5. Thanks Jay, hope your back is improving ā¤


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