Adventures in Laptop Black and White

As I mentioned, I be gots me a new laptop. A laptop I’m still trying to tune. And by tune, I mean the display. 

I done did me some calibration and in a previous post, I gots me decent feedback for the color quality. At least, decent enough for what I’m doing.  

Things are seldom Black and White . . . but, occasionally, they are. This post has a few B&W conversions done using On1 Raw, Nik Collection Silver Efx Pro, and Lightroom.

To my tired eyes, these all seem to have a slight tinge of . . . I’m not going to say as I don’t want to predispose anyone’s opinion. Not that anyone ever agrees with me on anything, but some might be tempted (as many often are) to go opposite of what I say just to mess with me. 

So, like, here’s the deal . . . I’ll post a gallery of photos and anyone who has any kind of opinion as to the quality of the conversions (expert or not) is encouraged to express said opinion (expert or not) in the comments section below the post. 

Here we go. 

That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.

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