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Great Galeota 2004-05-08 4:07

The vineyards, day after day, that is an excellent theme to which you can add some excellent photos like the one you have here. I think that the B&W works perfectly here and it sure gives a different perspective from the color type of photo (although the vines can be also great with their natural reflections and colors). Can you please tell me which method you apply to convert to B&W? (an answer in french is perfect for me). Great shot!

Old 05-08-2004, 12:31 PM
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I used Nikon Editor, the software given with my D100.
But usually, when using photoshop, I do not use the Mode change > grayscale...
I use Channel Mixer > monochrome. This give better results.
Hope this help!

Thanks for your comment Gal.
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Old 05-08-2004, 02:59 PM
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Thank you for your kind answer Isabelle. I myself use mainly channel mixer. You have a beautiful gallery of photographs.
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