Converting photos to Black and White using Lightroom with Mike Browne

Nowadays almost everyone shoots in colour. Black and White is not often seen, certainly less so than when we shot with real film 20 or so years ago. In this short video below Mike Browne explains why he uses Lightroom to make his colour photos black and white rather than shooting black and white in camera, and iterates that it’s not the camera that takes the photo, but you the photographer, and that this can be relayed further through the use of Lightroom editing rather than changing the camera settings to Monochrome. We hope you enjoy the video, and why not add some of your shots to our free photo hosting site ClickASnap?

Thumbnail image used with thanks to Gjesdal

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