Fun with Black and White

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forceofnature

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Wanted to try out my art filter feature on the camera. Came out pretty well.





 

Joe'smom

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Cool perspective, seem a bit noisy though. Contrast is fantastic--IR would really pop in these shots!
 
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forceofnature

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Cool perspective, seem a bit noisy though. Contrast is fantastic--IR would really pop in these shots!
It was supposed to be a grainy image thus the noise. Unfortunately the in camera art filters so not give you control but at least it saves a RAW as well. Here is the RAW converted to JPG.

 
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forceofnature

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I thought it may have been intentional -that was why I asked. The shots remind me of an Orange County Chopper ad ---would be great to get them in a Motorcycle Mag!
Cool that gives me a good idea for it. I will have to work on that tomorrow though.. Alas it is dark outside.
 

Joe'smom

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It was supposed to be a grainy image thus the noise. Unfortunately the in camera art filters so not give you control but at least it saves a RAW as well. Here is the RAW converted to JPG.

I actually like the B & W ones better---that handlebar is deadly!
Yet another example of RAW benefits-more options! One shot ---you can work it to your hearts content and the original image will always remain--as long as you know not to screw with the original--Friend of mine made a HUGE booboo and alterted his RAW files and well....it was a very sad story but a major lesson learned-by all.
 
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forceofnature

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Yes I always make a copy or do a save-as so I dont lose the RAW. I have learned as well, however the shots were not critical.
 
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