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2006-11-02, 14:50

Originally Posted by turtle2472 View Post
Thank you for explaining this. I really didn't know that. I assumed it was taking shots different than that. I guess it would be better then for me to just shoot in color and convert to B&W myself through Aperture or PS then? Also, I use a Canon which uses CMOS instead of CCD, is there a big difference in the handling of color/B&W there?

Would adjusting the Hue/Saturation to B&W be the same as removing just green, or blue and green? I'm gonna have to play some now....
Yeah, forget about using your camera's B&W filter, just shoot in color. Aperture's monochrome mixer is a much more powerful tool than merely setting saturation to zero; you should look at it.