Black & White prints in Lethbridge

Getting amazing black & white prints in Lethbridge is easy.

Shooting

I prefer to shoot all my images in color. Then I convert my files to black and white in post processing. This way it allows me to get the best tones possible. I can adjust the images so they have the exact look that I’m looking for.

Black & white printing, Lethbridge Photo Lab First Choice photo, Slides printed, Negatives printed, Prints made from prints, Lethbridge, Prints near me, same day photo prints, photo restoration, prints restored, damaged photos repaired, old photos, Black & White prints in Lethbridge
Original color image

Edit with layers – Black & White prints in Lethbridge

There are many ways to do this, and many programs that you can use to convert your images. Like all editing I strongly suggest that you use layers. This way if you make a mistake, or you do not like the final product you can go back and adjust it easily.

Black & white printing, Lethbridge Photo Lab First Choice photo, Slides printed, Negatives printed, Prints made from prints, Lethbridge, Prints near me, same day photo prints, photo restoration, prints restored, damaged photos repaired, old photos
High contrast B&W print

Some black and white images look better when they have higher contrast to them. But doing this can remove any mid-tones from the image. I find that a lot of black and white images look better if you keep some of the mid-tones within the image.

Black & white printing, Lethbridge Photo Lab First Choice photo, Slides printed, Negatives printed, Prints made from prints, Lethbridge, Prints near me, same day photo prints, photo restoration, prints restored, damaged photos repaired, old photos
B&W print with more mid tones

Once the images are corrected to look like you want them to look in black and white the next thing is finding a good lab to print your images.

Black & White prints in Lethbridge

Paterson Photography, First Choice Photo is your best choice for printing Black & White prints in Lethbridge

We have a large selection of photo media to choose from. For a high contrast look our metallic paper is your choice. A little less contrast I would suggest the glossy paper. For a print that has a great overall look the amazing luster paper is the best choice. Our luster is also called matte at some places and semi gloss a others. The luster will maintain a lot of your mid-tones as well as fantastic highlights and shadows.

Give me a call today for all your B&W printing

For more information visit our lab page

Leave a Comment