See In Black & White

How to understand the role of color contrast in black-and-white
By George Jardine
Back in the days of film photography, creating strong black-and-white photographs was an entirely different process than it is today. One important difference is that when shooting film, each of your decisions was virtually chiseled in stone as you went along. First, you had film choice. If you wanted black-and-white…

DPP Solutions: When You Need A Big File

With the right software, you can increase resolution and maintain top image quality
By Mike Stensvold
You can’t beat megapixels when you need big prints. Genuine Fractals 6 Professional Edition from onOne Software gives you more pixels—incredibly good pixels—from a digital image. That’s enough pixels to make a 4x6-foot print at 300 dpi from a 6-megapixel original image, or a 6x9-foot print at 300 dpi from…

Black & White

From capture to final output, there are many pieces to the puzzle for producing the ultimate black-and-white images
Dave Willis And Mike Stensvold
Getting a great black-and-white print is easier than ever. Deciding the best way to get there is the hard part. The more you understand about the black-and-white process, the better the prints you’ll produce. While a single perfect method won’t work for every image, there are plenty of routes for…
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