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Creative Black and White: Digital Photography Tips and Techniques [Paperback]

Harold Davis
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Table of Contents


The Monochromatic Vision.

Past, Present, and Future

Thinking in Black and White


Color Implied

The Tonal Landscape

Visual Implication

Seeing in Black and White

Pre–Visualization Techniques

Black and White Composition


Patterns and Lines

Shape and Form

High Key

Low Key

Shades of Gray

Finding Monochromatic Subjects

Black and White at Night

Portraits in Black and White

Black and White in the Digital Era.

Digital Black and White Roadmap

The RAW Advantage

Black and White in Adobe Camera RAW

Black and White in Lightroom

Grayscale Conversion Using Presets

HSL Conversion

Exposure Gradients and Adjustments

Exporting Virtual Copies into Photoshop as Layers

Multiple Layers and Masking in Photoshop

Multi–RAW Processing in Photoshop

Black and White in Photoshop

Blending with Black

Using the Channel Mixer

Black & White Adjustment Layers

Silver Efex Pro

Combining Conversions in Photoshop

Creative Black and White Opportunities.

Lighting and Monochromatic Photos

Creating High–Key Effects

Creating Low–Key Effects

HDR in Black and White

Shooting for HDR

Using Photomatix

Toning and Tinting

Tinting with a Black & White Adjustment Layer

Split Toning

Selective Color

Hand Coloring

Using LAB Color

Inverting the L Channel

Equalizing LAB Channels

Swapping Tonalities

Using Blending Modes

Soft Focus

Adding Soft Focus

Pinhole Effect


Using Curves to Solarize an Image

Duotone and Tritone Effects

Adding and Reducing Noise

Film Effects

Infrared Camera Conversions

Infrared Conversion without an IR Camera

Notes and Resources.



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