Wednesday, May 7, 2008


This is why, Ladies and Gentlemen, a dSLR cannot compare to true and proper B&W film. Although it's a reasonably good shot, if you compare it to the real B&W shots just a few spots down, you will immediately see the difference. Mainly in the range of contrasts. Unfortunately, to my knowledge, no one makes a dedicated B&W dSLR. That would be something I'd buy in a heartbeat.
By the way, this is a straight conversion done in PhotoShop. No other modifications were attempted, or done. Obviously a PS expert could make the tonal range better, but I still say there is no equal.

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