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Posted By: jotagustavo, 07-02-2013, 10:33 AM

I had this shot of my wife in B&W, JPG format without flashes. I had to use Photoshop to enhance (remove gaussian blur), and that is all.
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Beautiful smile!
Nice B&W conversion/PP as well - well done!

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Beautiful smile!
Nice B&W conversion/PP as well - well done!
manntax, it was shot originally in B&W
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Adam, now I figured out what was wrong: file size exceeded the limit
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QuoteOriginally posted by jotagustavo:
manntax, it was shot originally in B&W
You are a brave man then I always prefer to shoot in colour and then do the conversion manually, but have to admit - the camera did a great job here with it - overall brightness and shades are perfectly matching the subject!
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Nice capture. Technically it shoots in color and is converted in the camera.

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You are a brave man then I always prefer to shoot in colour and then do the conversion manually, but have to admit - the camera did a great job here with it - overall brightness and shades are perfectly matching the subject!
Thank you, but I really need to "think" B&W in order to shoot. I think this comes with my "35mm film" heritage.
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Nice capture. Technically it shoots in color and is converted in the camera.
Good point Dan, that is true, and by the way do you know, or could indicate sources on how those "filter" on the camera works? Do you know if there is a post (sorry I haven't searched yet), or literature on adding filters to the camera? Thanks.
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