Fallen but Still Growing (Revised)


– Oak tree near the Pacific coast, Coleman Valley Road, Sonoma County, CA, January 31, 2015

– Oak tree near the Pacific coast, Coleman Valley Road, Sonoma County, CA, January 31, 2015. 

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9 Comments on “Fallen but Still Growing (Revised)

    • Thank you John. No it is not an infrared image. It is all done in Lightroom Classic. Completely post-process your image that you want to convert to black and white. Then click on black & white in the Basic Panel. Scroll down to the B & W panel and move the Green and Yellow sliders to the right to +100 and the Blue slider to the left to -100. You can adjust these and the other sliders to see what you get. Then go back to the Basic panel and adjust the contrast and clarity sliders to your taste. I also sometimes adjust the temp and tint sliders to see what results. Have fun.

      • Wow, amazing! Ummm, I don’t use any of that software Tim. I’ve never been any good at it so I’ve always used other apps. Your photography and skills are far above mine. 😎👍🏻

      • Now that you have a new iMac you should consider exploring new post-processing software. Adobe that makes Lightroom has some excellent tutorials.

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