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    Write a short action in Photoshop, and then use the Bridge>Tools>Photoshop>Batch...

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    use Silverefex Pro

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    just create a new document and in options select greyscale then paste whatever you want into it.

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    thanks for the link

    Quote Originally Posted by wizkid View Post
    Use PhotoShop's Camera Raw - it will give you better results.

    Here's a detailed article on how to get good B&W conversion:
    http://www.peachpit.com/articles/article.aspx?p=1661089
    thanks for the link
    this will do the trick

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    The Photoshop has the batch conversion, and can be used.

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    Photoshop and Silverefex programs use Photoshop new document and grayscale choise

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    Convert a photo to greyscale, mess around with the saturation settings as mentioned above and save it as a macro once happy.

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    There are some useful and powerful photoshop scripts about grayscale on Deviantart

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    A lot of software can convert, if use photoshop to convert, then way more, you can adjust, strong controllability.

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    There is an option in photoshop to desaturate and what it does is it makes you automatically grayscale

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    I Think Photoshop CS5 is better !
    I use it and i have great results.

    Good luck !

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    Use Photoshop to adjust one of your photo's, recording each step in a script, then use the batch command to apply your script to your other photo's.
    Gives the best results for your own personal taste.

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    awesome thread

    awesome thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorBlade View Post
    Hi,

    Does anybody know of a software that can batch convert color photos to grayscale. Simply converting from RGB or CMYK to Grayscale in Photoshop does not produce nice black and white photos.
    I get great results using OnOne Software's perfect photo suite.

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    Silverefex Pro (Nik) and Topaz Lab, the best B/W conversion right now.

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