Last week I did ‘subtle’ colour and this week I went for almost no colour — in other words, what passes for black and white in my world.
Both Photoshop Express and Pixlromatic produced bland monotones so I haven’t included them here.
Stackables produced a variety of pleasing faintly-tinted images, mostly via their ‘formulas’. I did sometimes rework them a little in Photoshop to bring up details or further desaturate them.
Stackables Tintype Formula.
Another Stackables formula, but I’m not sure which one. Looking at it I think I used the ‘Pale World’ formula but then seriously desaturated it in Photoshop. I really like the way it emphasizes the gritty texture of the stone walls.Again, I’m not sure what I did but I think it’s the ‘Anarchy’ formula, really warmed up in Photoshop. With Photoshop I created my ‘black & white’ using layers; the first being an overlay of an old stained book cover. And this was an overlay of a Spanish carved wooden door, and my choice for the week… More of Robyn G’s One Four Challenge.