Digital Darkroom; Black and White with Lightroom and Camera Raw

Black and White Editing in Lightroom now updated with an easy to watch video. To watch the video, click the link to the original post and then scroll to the bottom.

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The Digital Darkroom is a series of posts aimed at beginners and those interested in Digital Photography. In previous weeks we have looked at basic adjustments, curves and editing colour with the HSL/Color panels. This week we can take all of these areas and apply them to create a basic Black and White image. If you wish to check out previous posts in the series you can do here.

If you wish to watch the companion video for this post you can so here.

Editing in black and white in Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw is quite simple; on the basic panel just change the treatment mode from colour to black and white in Lightroom and in Adobe Camera Raw go to the HSL panel and click Convert to Grayscale. When you do this some options are greyed out like Vibrance and Saturation. Curves still have three colour channels…

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