Photo Tip #13

Photo Tip #13-Squint

Squinting will often allow you to visualize an image in black and white, thanks to the way our eyes work (rods, cones, and all of that.) Try composing for a black and white image, even if you typically work in color, because typically images that work in black and white tend to work well in color too. If you’ve never done it before, try printing some of your images in black and white to see how they hold up. You can also use the saturation slider in the RAW processor, for example, to evaluate a composition in black and white without actually converting it.

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