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    iOS B&W Processing

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    I just wrote an article entitled In Search of the Holy Grail: Good iOS B&W for my photo blog See, Capture, Show on some methods of trying to duplicate my desktop workflow of Color Efex Pro 4 -> Silver Efex Pro 2 using iOS apps on my iPad.

    I like dramatic, "toothy" B&W images with rich blacks and creamy whites, and attaining this on the desktop is easy, but the standalone apps that claim to give the best B&W results just don't do it for me, so I looked at the workflow of two major apps: Snapseed and Filterstorm Neue. The article shows the step-by-step process to achieve similar results to my desktop experience.

    Enjoy!

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    Re: iOS B&W Processing

    Thanks for the lesson, Simon
    I also enjoyed your blog about the Vintage FX app., where you turned your digital Moscow snaps into Soviet era postcards. Very nice.

    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.

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    Re: iOS B&W Processing

    Thanks, Gandolfi, I'm enjoying your series on the iPad Snaps thread. I've done quite a bit of iPhonography on my Ucluelet Bound! blog lately too.

    I love the whole idea of using my phone as a capture device, and there are so many interesting photo apps that are so inexpensive to explore and use. Good fun!

    Cheers,

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    Re: iOS B&W Processing

    I am frequently surprised by the output of my iPhone5. This was converted in Silver Efex Pro2.

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    Re: iOS B&W Processing

    Very nice! Now, see if you can get it as good just in iOS.

    Cheers,

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    Re: iOS B&W Processing

    Simon,

    I have not tried that yet but will give it a go.

    Cheers,
    Brett

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