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Duplicate the layer and invert one copy. With the curves tool flatten the bottom half of the brightness range. Using the levels tool, on both layers, set the input levels to 127, 1.00, 255 and the output levels to 0,127 finally set the blending modes of one layer to "Linear Dodge (Add)" and set the other one to "Subtract". What we have done is effectively ...


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With the current version of Lightroom this is not possible, however you can create a smart collection of images based on their Treatment which can be either color or black and white: If you can find a way to set your black and white photos to use this Treatment flag to indicate they are monochrome (again, I can see no quick way to do this), then you ...



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