I guess that proves the choice of colour or B&W should be based upon what is most appropriate for the image. Perhaps you should shoot more colour just as I should shoot more B&W. But it's hard to train your eye to see in a medium that does not come natural to you, I know that from my own monocrome efforts! :smile:John,
Thanks...here's my issue....
I see the image as My Girls....as reality. In B&W I would see the image as a separate reality....
I fall prey to my own methods.....
I seem to remember Kodak made a b&w digital body based on a Nikon frame and mount at the turn of the 21st century. If memory serves, this UFO was named 'D80N' or something like that; I remember the number because it was said tongue in cheek that it was the total production run number.I had Kodak make a Digital Camera for me, Monochrome, no Infrared Cut filter. Called them up, talked to them about a custom run of CCD's. They called back a few months later, told me the Army also wanted some and they would do a run of 50. That was in 1993.
If Leica wanted 50 Monochrome CCD's, Kodak would produce them. I called them again.
The one I was thinking of was the Kodak DCS760M.I think the camera was a hacked DSC 220 or something.
It was before cards came out.
The camera was like a very small slr type.
It had animated screens. It was a b&w version and another was a color version.
At the tine it was like a toy but Kodak was very serious.