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    very nice set .. different in a great way ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by SaturnStrobe View Post
    These are superb Daniel, i really want to achieve looks like this in B&W, would you mind letting me know your post processing to get this kind of look. Thanks, Greg

    Im using lightroom 2 as well, just noticed your reply to another enquirer but could you possibly elaborate a bit more
    Sure no problem I can make few Print Scrns how i do this.
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    Do you need Lightroom? Is it possible to just use Photoshop?

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    PS is a powerful grain and certainly suitable for this purpose.
    LR is a program that acts as a photo lab.
    Very well organize pictures except PS which does not.
    LR is very intuitive and fast.
    Functions can be applied to imports from camera-specific features.
    If you print photos in lab you can use the export option in PS but it is probably harder to achieve.
    For sure You can find on a forum experts from both programs, I'm just a self-taught amateur, although I deal with IT.
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    Next play with contrast and B&W



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    fantastic set - very creative. My favourites are the bridge and the waffle - was this done in a light box?
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    No Light box - I'm going to buy it, it was made in day light and little developed in the LR.
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    very creative. I like this concept. i really enjoy watching your shots!!! thanks for sharing!
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    I really enjoyed your abstracts.......stunning!

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    My pleasure.
    Still think of next. I even have some ideas but I have to think how to do it.
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