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Old 11-02-2009, 07:48 PM   #1
Dennis A. Livesey
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Cool PS B&W Conversion

Found this tutorial on PS B&W Conversion. This subject came up in a conversation with Janusz; I thought I'd put it out here.

Scott Kelby tells how to do it in CS3 as well as with Elements so it should be of interest to those who are just learning about it. (Like me)

I thought it very simple. I particularly like the trick of adding some color back.

http://www.kelbytraining.com/books/digphotogv2/

I know to the PS whizzes here, this is child's play. However, I have struggled for over 12 years with PS so any progress is a victory for me.

Hmmm, "struggled with PS" sounds like the disease of the month!
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