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    Re: Old Chrysler. CC Welcome

    M5-Guy, Have you considered using all the output from your K20d in B&W?

    The "grain" just suits that, IMO. The "grain" reminds me of the output I get from the Samsung NX10. Really a pleasing (to me) variety.

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    Re: Old Chrysler. CC Welcome

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    M5-Guy, Have you considered using all the output from your K20d in B&W?

    The "grain" just suits that, IMO. The "grain" reminds me of the output I get from the Samsung NX10. Really a pleasing (to me) variety.
    Yes, I thought about it today...
    At High ISO, the noise is kinda high speed film like, I guess. Although I have never shoot over 400 Film. So, I don't know what ISO 1600 film grain looks like.
    These are at ISO 1250 with the camera on weakest noise filter setting, plus a little more in post.

    I liked the colors, So I can convert if I want.
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    Re: Old Chrysler. CC Welcome

    OK, BW





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    Great shots! I prefer the color ones myself (and I'm usually more in tune with B&W). The color shot with the red burger basket etc looks much more interesting to my eyes than the B&W version. And yes, really nice grain.

    Gary

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    I like the black and white much better. I think your b/w conversion could use a little more pop in the mid-tones and I would pull down the blacks a little. I copied the one with the basket and did a curves adjustment in Photoshop. There is more detail in that photo than what is showing right now. That is just my 2Cents, YMMV.

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    Re: Old Chrysler. CC Welcome

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    I like the black and white much better. I think your b/w conversion could use a little more pop in the mid-tones and I would pull down the blacks a little. I copied the one with the basket and did a curves adjustment in Photoshop. There is more detail in that photo than what is showing right now. That is just my 2Cents, YMMV.
    Yes, your right.. I can open up shadows a little.
    Thanks for all the input....

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