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by phuongdzu on 19 July 2015 - 543 views - 0 comments
[Tutorials] Foundations of Photography: Black and White
Foundations of Photography: Black and White Video: AVC 960x540 30fps ~ 300Kbps | Audio: AAC 48kHz 2ch ~ 128Kbps
1. Introduction 08m 25s Welcome 01m 24s Why black and white? 05m 12s Suggested prerequisites 00m 53s Using the exercise files 00m 56s 2. What Is Black-and-White Photography? 19m 43s Is it really black and white? 01m 09s How gray corresponds to color 04m 38s The medium of black and white 03m 05s The vocabulary of black and white 04m 46s The physiology of black and white 02m 22s How a camera's image sensor captures an image 03m 43s 3. Shooting in Black and White 32m 46s Preparing the camera 03m 34s Light revisited 06m 03s Seeing in black and white 02m 21s Taking a black-and-white expedition 01m 17s Finding and shooting a black-and-white image 11m 14s Shooting a tone-based subject 02m 00s Exposing for black and white 06m 17s 4. Black-and-White Post-Production 01h 38m The nature of grayscale images 03m 33s Converting to black and white using Photoshop CS4 or CS5 06m 17s More about the Black & White dialog box 03m 19s Converting to black and white using Black & White adjustment layers 03m 55s Converting to black and white in Camera Raw 04m 05s Making an advanced tonal correction 17m 33s Doing more tonal corrections 14m 06s Calming down highlights 10m 04s Vignetting 08m 58s The trestle images 02m 39s Handling tricky skies 02m 43s Doing a selective black-and-white conversion 02m 23s Toning 01m 19s Split-toning 02m 19s High-key and low-key images 02m 32s Diffusion 04m 40s Using Nik Software's Silver Efex Pro 2 plug-in 07m 46s 5. Printing in Black and White 24m 14s Selecting a printer 05m 17s Preparing the image for print 08m 30s Configuring the Print dialog 05m 09s Evaluating a print 05m 18s Conclusion 00m 43s