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tufteach
698 days ago
 
Aperture users--need your help.

Decided I wanted to experiment with black and white. My plan was to start with a simple image with the camera set for B&W. I did that and from the camera viewer it looked like I got what I wanted. However, when I uploaded to Aperture, it loaded as b&w but then instantly changed to color HUH? WHY? I used Aperture adjustments to go black and white and than added a slight color cast. But that is not what I had in mind for my experimenting. Any Aperture users out there that know why this happens? I'm sure I will figure it out eventually. But, if someone knows, it would save me some time.

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2012 326/366 Monochrome teacup and Kindle by tufteach, on Flickr



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superdewa
698 days ago
 
Hi TT, I'm not an aperture reason, but I can tell you that if you shot in RAW, it will not save the photo as black & white.What you see on the back of the camera is a jpeg rendering of your settings. If you did RAW plus JPEG, you could get a look at how the camera would render b&w.


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tufteach
698 days ago
 
Thanks superd, I'll check that out.



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superdewa
697 days ago
 
Personally, I would do what you've been doing, so you can get an idea in camera of whether the photo would render well in black & white, but I would do my conversion on my computer -- if you do it right (not just "desaturate" or change to grayscale), you can do a much better job on your own.


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tufteach
697 days ago
 
That was my intention, but I want to try all posibilities for b&w. I enjoy experimenting.



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