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kevistopheles

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NEX-C3 with Konica 24/2.8 @f5.6
 

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That's really cool. Regarding use of b&w, how much post processing do you do? I love the deepening of contrast, but is it mostly natural or signifcantly PP'd?
 

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In this image I used Siler Efex Pro 2 and picked one of the presets and picked Tri-X 400 as the film type. I also chose vignetting level 3 to highlight the bird and let the rockfall away. I'd say this one has a bit more LR work than I typically do.
 

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I love this photo, I'm a fan of B & W photos, the composition and the process is very good, I use the same program for my photos and some preset to give a little of old film.

kodak T Max, Kodak Plus X, kodak T Max ,Kodak Tri X, etc.. I love them....: O
 

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In this image I used Siler Efex Pro 2 and picked one of the presets and picked Tri-X 400 as the film type. I also chose vignetting level 3 to highlight the bird and let the rockfall away. I'd say this one has a bit more LR work than I typically do.
Nice. I haven't seen that software before. It's a must! /www.niksoftware.com/silverefexpro/usa/entry.php
Thank you for the information.
 
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