Discover the basics of black and white conversion in this video.
is I like this image in color. … I might not. … Looks just as it did, just as we left it. … And we're going to make this black and white. … Now making it black and white … is more than just subtracting the color from it. … It's often introducing more drama to it. … Okay, so it is as simple as just hitting B & W over here, … which converts it to black and white. … And I like it. … There's a lot of lines, there's a lot of contrast, … there's a lot of different tones. … Oh, the reflection looks really cool. … I can adjust the individual colors, as we did before. … And it's going to have a different effect. … If I take Orange it's definitely going to play around … with all those values, … but it just, it looks different, … because I've simplified the content. … So I certainly encourage you … to grab your Targeted Adjustment Tool … and to click around on the image and interact with it. … But that's not what I want to do with the black and white. … With the black and white I pretty much have it where I want. …
AuthorBryan O'Neil Hughes
- Adjusting photographs in Lightroom
- Using the Develop module
- Fixing white balance and temperature
- Applying HDR adjustments
- Sharpening images
- Making lens corrections
- Fixing perspective
- Retouching images using a brush
- Adjusting clarity and haze
- Applying graduated filters
- Culling photos in Lightroom
- Sharing images
- Using shortcuts in Lightroom
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Edit/Develop Module: Reviewing the Basics
2. The Edit/Develop Module: In Depth
HDR and post6m 24s
3. Edit/Develop Tools
4. Saving Time
5. Lightroom: Beyond the Desktop
6. Beyond Lightroom
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