I’ve proceeded to a few changes on my photo gallery, and most notably added a few photos over there, including:
In the same picture series as for the previous posts, some of the shots were not really convincing on the colour side of things… But for a few of them that showed nice geometrical patterns, I decided that I would try to convert them into black and white.
The first results of the convertion are the following:
Technically, nothing impressive is involved :
Of course there is much more information about this on a MeetTheGimp podcast.
When posting one of my pictures, I usually say that some post-processing was done. This is nothing but very classical stuff, that I believe are common to most photographers.
However I’ve been advised to give a glimpse of what those modifications were. And that’s why this post will explain and illustrate, for a very simple case, how, starting with a picture coming out of my camera, I get one that suits me enough to post it here.
The picture I’ll use as an example is the following:
Long story short, the post process I usually do, and that I will show here have basically two purposes:
Another picture “saved” from my current vacation big photo cleaning…
Another detail from a Bunker at Aleth’s.