Choose monochrome in the menu – so it renders in BWShoot Regular – change during PP
When shooting in P, S, A or M modes you can activate Black and White shooting by…
See page 154 of the manual for more details. Happy shooting!
You have a couple options for producing photos in black and white with the Nikon D3100. You can shoot in color and convert the photo to black and white or you can shoot in black and white without any additional steps.
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Shoot in RAW and then process those image files using Adobe Lightroom.
Press the MENU button, then select the Retouch Menu tab (paint brush icon) Highlight Monochrome, then press the right arrow button on the multi selector Highlight a picture, then press the OK button Highlight Black and white, then press the right arrow button on the multi selector to see a preview of the selected image Press the OK button to create a black and white copy of the original image
On the dial there should be a segment written “Effects” in that you’ll find the effect to capture a black and white photograph. Or else you can always capture a picture and turn it into black and white in any editing application.
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Click raw and post-process. Do not depend on the in-camera conversion.
Accessing the MENUNavigate to the Shooting MenuHighlighting Set Picture ControlSelecting the Monochrome (MC) option
Obviously you can. There will be an option in the front screen settings where you can choose Photo type like Vivid, Neutral, Lamdscape, Potrait, Monochrome. Choose the last one.
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Accessing the MENU Navigating to the Shooting Menu Highlighting Picture Control Selecting the Monochrome (MC) option
If i shoot in BW, i can’t get colour later if i want toI don’t want to let the camera decide the tonality, I’d rather do it myself in PP
If you choose to process the RAW image file as a black and white image the RAW image file is not changed, so later if you decide to process that file again, you can produce a full color image.
Using this method for capturing images, you have the most control over the final image.
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Perhaps the most important feature is, that as programs used to process RAW image files improve, those older RAW files you captured years before, can be reprocessed again using more advanced tools.
This method is more involved, but it ensures you have a colored version and a B&W version.
I am new to the DSLR world and I’m trying to learn as much as possible about my camera and how to take better pictures on manual mode. My question is, can you set the camera to shoot pictures in B & W, or can it only be done once downloaded and edited? If so, where do I find the setting? Thanks.