The Nikon P300 has been released, and since it joins the same class of cameras as the ones I used in the Grainy Black and White Challenge, I’ll add an image from the Nikon P300 using its High-Contrast Monochrome setting. The previous cameras that I used to compare their grainy black and white settings included […]
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I’m not usually a big fan of the “creative fun filters” that are included as in-camera processing options for many of the current dSLR and compact point-and-shoot cameras. I prefer to do my processing in Photoshop, where I can see the full quality version of the image, and have more control over the editing. However, […]