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Is there a name in photography postprocessing for this kind of look?

http://s-magazine.photography/ceemes/article/show/698/page=285/layout=588/language=en

http://s-magazine.photography/ceemes/article/show/640/page=285/layout=588/language=en

How can it be achieved?

There are other photos of this sort, but I can't find them right now.

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    Possible terms for search engines: "high contrast" and Richard Avedon look. :) – inkista Jan 30 '16 at 17:03
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I'm don't know what post-processing software you use, but I use the Clarity slider in Adobe Camera Raw to achieve the contrasty, gritty look you show. The more you slide to the right, the heavier the effect.

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It is called local contrast and micro-contrast enhancement, and many software tools call it "Clarity" or "Detail". E.g. see the Topaz Clarity showcase.

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