How to Make B&W’s in Lightroom


Had a great Google+ Hangout last week Thursday (other than having to re-boot due to the snowstorm…) about how to do simple b&w conversions in Lightroom. The part about adding watermarks in hard to see, symptoms so I will have a better video of that up later this week.

Hope you enjoy this video of making better black & whites in Lightroom. Please notice the classy musky lures in the background ;).

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2 Comments on How to Make B&W’s in Lightroom

  1. Alison
    April 11, 2014 at 8:35 am (8 years ago)

    Hannah, The tutorial was so well done, and I am glad to see that you redid or upgraded the quality of the program, because the watermark section did not process as seen here.Now your update on Google+ is excellent. At first, I thought it was me, because I have no camera/photography knowledge, but evidently some viewers questioned it as well. Curiosity about your process brought me to the tutorial. I guess teachers are just lifelong learners or interested in exposure to different information. Your John and Shoep brought me to following you, as I am not into social media as such.

    You should seriously consider a “coffee table” publication of your finest and favorites. You have a following, you certainly have the talent and eye for beautiful work. People would buy such a book simply because some of us don’t have the space or can’t afford to buy a lot of individual photos to frame, but so enjoy and value your work!

    So good luck continuing your mentoring sessions and teaching tutorials. Your students are lucky to have your patience, expertise, and clear explanations.

  2. Hannah
    April 11, 2014 at 11:59 am (8 years ago)

    I am so happy you found this helpful! Fixing that bad video was very important to me, and it’s so nice to hear that it worked.

    Thank you for your kind thoughts!