Join Ben Long for an in-depth discussion in this video Configuring the Print dialog, part of Photography Foundations: Black and White.
I have another confession to make. I hate messing with color management, and I…think that's probably one reason I really like black and white, because I just…don't have to mess with color management.…One reason I hate messing with color management is I just don't have a monitor…that's good enough to profile.…So maybe I'm just bitter about that.…But for black and white, even if I had a monitor that was good enough to…profile, it still wouldn't matter, because the way that I am going to print this…black-and-white image does not fit into any color management system,…so we can just throw any of those concerns off the window.…I have resized my image.…
I have sharpened my image.…I am now ready to print my image.…As we've already seen, I am going to be printing to an Epson printer, because…there are very, very few desktop inkjet printers that are capable of producing a…really good black and white, and currently inkjet printing is really the best…printing technology out there for the consumer, or professional.…
- Why shoot in black and white
- How to recognize good black-and-white subject matter
- Preparing the camera
- Shooting a tone-based subject
- Exposing for black and white
- Understanding grayscale
- Converting from color to black and white using Photoshop CS4 or CS5
- Converting to black and white in Camera Raw
- Toning and split-toning
- Comparing high key versus low key images
- Preparing a black and white image for print
Skill Level Intermediate
2. What Is Black-and-White Photography?
3. Shooting in Black and White
4. Black-and-White Post-Production
5. Printing in Black and White
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