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While sorting through my images from last fall I came across this version of the setting of the first concrete form for the north tower of the downtown span. I liked the composition and decided to try it as a monotone image. I used NIK Silver Efex Pro to convert it to monotone and applied a preset for an antique feeling. I then sent it back into Aperture 3 for final processing.
6 thoughts on “Setting the First Concrete Form for the North Tower of the Downtown Span, Monotone Version”
Beautifully done sepia photograph!
Thanks Ellen coming from you that is a wonderful comment.
This is an interesting application of this antique preset. Certainly the whitish vignetting keeps the eye within and focused on the image. IMHO Nik Silver Efex Pro 2 is the best B&W conversion tool out there.
Thanks Nancy I agree that NIK does a fantastic job for Black and White conversions. I like using this preset with current image content to juxtapose modern vs period processing.