I think in Black & White.
But as I get older, the gray areas become more prominent. Like most everyone who has studied photography, it all started for me shooting in black & white. One got an eye for how a color scene would look in monochrome. I also loved the process of developing negs then printing them. Though it was difficult getting the perfect exposure, dodging and burning the photo; then watching the image appear in the developing tray get darker and darker. One had to pull it out at just the right moment. Printing color was beyond my means back then. Now, with the advent of digital photography, I’m embracing color. Yet, there are some images that beg to be in black and white. Photoshop to the rescue.These, and all other images on this Site are for sale.
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