Tuesday, December 03, 2013


I've been working on my black & white photography, tweaking contrast and value to get a "classic" b&w look, getting rid of the bluish tint to the grays and the grayish "mist" that seem to plague my b&w shots. This time I shot in color and processed for b&w in Photoshop's channel mixer function, and then further processing in the curves function. I'm pleased with the results. Here's what worked the best.

Branch Creek at King St.
A bench up on the Meadow Trail in the Dykeman Spring Nature Park
Ganesh and the Laughing Buddha from my personal altar
A view of God's Acre, the historic cemetery in downtown Shippensburg
© 2013 by A. Roy Hilbinger


  1. Meticulous work as always, Roy! Trust you are well & in good spirits?

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