This is part two of a three part series of Black and White Tips and Tricks series I will share with you some of what I have learned regarding switching a photo to black and white. This week I will talk share with you a couple of techniques I found with switching white balance and highlights in your post processing software.
Here is Part One of this series in case you missed it.
Hint: Use post processing to turn your photo into black and white. If you use your camera settings, you could lose a lot of detail and flexibility in adjusting your photos.
The photo I’m using in this post is of a lotus I took this summer. I will be using it to demonstrate how different it can look with very little effort within your post-processing software. All I did was heighten the vibrance and sharpen it.
I used Adobe Bridge to make…
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