Desaturating a color picture isn’t the only step required to create a compelling black-and-white portrait; there are more steps involved in the process that must be completed before the image is considered complete. Check out this excellent video lesson if you want to learn how to do that. It will give you five suggestions to help you make better black-and-white portraits. If you would like to learn how to do that, click here.
This outstanding video lesson was created for you by Ian Hippolyte, and it will provide you with five valuable suggestions to assist you in making better black-and-white photographs. The advice that Hippolyte gave about preparing in advance for the black-and-white cut struck me as particularly pertinent. It is common practice for us to choose to convert a photograph to black and white during the editing process. While there is certainly nothing wrong with this practice, it is frequently possible to play to the strengths of a black-and-white image if you prepare ahead.
Because they lack color, these photographs must rely more on elements such as contrast and texture to be engaging. Consequently, if you can organize elements such as clothes, cosmetics, and lighting to emphasize those qualities, you may ensure that you end up with the best possible outcome. Watch the video on top to get the complete story from Hippolyte.