Tips and techniques from one of the experts at Nash Editions will help you make your best black-and-white prints ever
By Text And Photography By Ming Tshing
Published August 1, 2008
As the digital march continues onward, there’s one thing that will never change: the pure aesthetic quality of elegant black-and-white imagery. My position at Nash Editions has exposed me to a wide variety of photographic art, and with that variety comes a plethora of problems. Much of my Photoshop skills are a direct result of problem solving.
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