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April 12, 2005

Roots

With my move to digital, images no longer come straight out of the camera in black-and-white. This is a good thing (since you have much more control over how a black-and-white image will look), but at the same time it signaled a shift in my tastes. Newfound ability to take my own color images discovered, I began rarely taking the time to consider a photograph in shades of grey. Color was new and intriguing to me, as I'd not been in a position to consider it artistically.

But lately I've had a hankering for my photographic roots. While I'm not about to start shooting Ilford FP4+ again (my darkroom access is limited at the moment, for one), I have started playing with black and white images.

If I needed any reminder of how beautiful monochromes can be, your waitress photos took care of it.

Posted by Colin at April 12, 2005 1:03 AM

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