Hi All, So one thing on the forum I see a lot of in the image critiques is that people beat up on others for their black and white conversions, particularly those that are just converted into grayscale. So with that in mind, I was wondering how you do yours? Care to share your "recipe"? I generally have one LR preset I like that I tweak once applied to the image that I found online for free amongst something like 30 B&W presets emulating different B&W film and paper looks. If anyone cares to copy the settings they are as follows: Treatment: Black and White Basic: Exposure: 0, Fill light: +17, Blacks: +24, Brightness: +125, Contrast: +14 Tone Curve: Highlights -24, Lights -26, Darks -45, Shadows +42 Black and White Mix: Red -9, Orange -18, Yellow -22, Green -27, Aqua -19, Blue +9, Purple +15, Magenta +4 Split Toning: Highlights Hue 53, Saturation 8, balance 0, Shadows Hue 46 Saturation 5 After this is applied I play with the basic sliders to get the image to where I want it to be.