An Interesting B & W Conversion for Glamour

Here is an image of Tiffany I wanted to convert to black and white:

The initial color version.

The initial color version.

Quite often I will run the the One Penny preset (available from Flypaper Textures) in Nik's Analog Efex Pro 2 for a semi-black-and-white effect:

The color version processed with the One Penny preset.

The color version processed with the One Penny preset.

This interesting preset actually uses three Flypaper textures to get this look. But I was looking for a pure black and white, so I discarded the One Penny layer. Instead, I processed the color version into a black and white image using the Fashion Magazine 1 preset of MacPhun's Tonality CreativeKit:

The color version converted to black and white using the Fashion Magazine 1 preset of MacPhun's Tonality CreativeKit. 

The color version converted to black and white using the Fashion Magazine 1 preset of MacPhun's Tonality CreativeKit. 

Curiosity then got the best of me. What would happen if I ran the One Penny preset on this black and white version instead of the initial color version? Here is the result:

The One Penny preset run on the black-and-white version instead of the initial color version.

The One Penny preset run on the black-and-white version instead of the initial color version.

The final result is more appealing to me. Those three Flypaper textures applied by Analog Efex Pro 2 add a certain richness. This combination (Tonality CK followed by Analog Efex Pro 2) is a workflow worthy of further investigation.