Introduction. The Monochromatic Vision. Past, Present, and Future Thinking in Black and White Contrast Color Implied The Tonal Landscape Visual Implication Seeing in Black and White Pre–Visualization Techniques Black and White Composition Framing 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 Solarization 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. Glossary. Index.