As the consummate student of this great craft, I purchased Ming Thein’s Introduction to Photoshop Workflow DVD($60). A review is forthcoming. Some of you out there may have had the same expectations as I had, so I think its useful to share my opinion. In the meantime, I used some of the techniques I learned on the video to process this Ricoh GR image, but stay tuned for a more in depth review of this dvd this coming in August. On other news, I’m slowly setting up my portfolio and galleries with The Turning Gate software and you’ll soon get a screen grab on how its coming along.
I like it. I/you can’t see what the older woman is holding, but there’s a nice mirroring between the two figures.
Thanks Erik, I appreciate it.
You’re welcome. Did you use TrueGrain for this B&W conversion? I’ve been happy with the GR’s out-of-camera B&W effect, but don’t want to eliminate other options.
No, this image is a straight BW conversion in Photoshop CS5 and no grain added. True Grain is awesome but I have another app I’ll be debuting on the blog this week that’s amazing. 🙂 Cheers.
Awesome 😀 looking forward to your thoughts
Thanks Eric! I’ll also talk about my current workflow and the apps that comprise my digital darkroom.
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