Feed Shed in Black and White

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I found this old feed shed on the same road as the abandoned house, a couple of posts below. I liked the tilted slant of the building, and the tree growth around it. It also reminded me of  a feed shed my grandfather had, I remember going in and feeding his old milk cow and how it used to scare me as a little kid. Now I wish I could go back.

I usually shoot in color and convert to black and white later, same here. I’m running a trial version of ACDSEE Pro 6 to see how I like it. So far so good, for around $90 it is a little cheaper than Adobe Lightroom but lacks all the plugins that are compatible with Lightroom.

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4 thoughts on “Feed Shed in Black and White

  1. hi bryan

    i have also got ACDSee pro 6, do you have a set workflow you use in pro 6, im new to digital photography but not to photography.
    im still trying to work out a system, the latest place i am at is, i look through the RAW images in view nx2, flip them to b&w to give me a rough idea if they will be worth bothering with. i dont save them, i just delete what i dont want (most of them lol) and then open the RAW images in ACDSee pro 6.
    i leave the colour option on, play with the general controls, then the lighting controls, then the advanced colour controls. i then open edit and use maybe repair, perspective, straighten. then i convert to b&w and then save as a jpeg.
    i then open the jpeg in view nx2 and sharpen and resize the jpeg as i prefer the nx2 sharpening tool.

    is this about right or am i going round the houses for nothing.

    my time is not a consideration, i very rarely save more than half a dozen images no matter how many i have taken.

    thanks
    pc

    • You describe just about the same workflow I use. I tried acdsee and liked but ended up going with Lightroom for the amount of plugins available. I love Nik Silverefx, it is amazing. I also use onOne perfect photo, it is really good as well. My workflow is to go through delete all the bad photos, work on the good ones first, trying some in b&w, then come back and work on the ones that didn’t stand out but weren’t bad enough to trash. Hope that helps, you are welcome to email me and I’ll help anyway I can

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