Originally Posted by thepro
kevin, I recently photographed this great gal, Kyrie. She is from Harrisburg. Send me an e-mail and I'll tell ya how to hook up. Think her portfolio could use some more photo's.
So whats with these two programs you guys are talking about? I have a b&w fetish, all my b&w equipment burned or melted in my house fire back in February.
If you're in to B/W, then definitely check out the demo for Alien Skin Exposure. Essentially with the product you can simulate many existing and past Black and White film types (by brand name) and the same for color. So, want to see what you photo would look like shot on TriX, then dial it in, choose how you want to develope it (push or pull, etc). It has a neat interface, and is easy to use. Here is a link where you can read about it and download a demo:
If you want 75 powerful filters that do all sorts of things including a number for Black and White effects and conversions, then check out NIK Color Efex. Here is the link for info and a demo: