Monday, November 25, 2013
B&W or Color?
Every once in a while, I take one of my color photographs and convert it to Black & White, because I am interested in seeing if it works better without the color. Sometimes it's architectural photographs which work best when they are not in color, because those photographs are more about form, and they don't need color for that. So today I converted this photograph of a church across the street from the Eastman House.
So what do you think? Is this more effective in back & white? I miss the warmth of the color in the first photograph - this photograph seems "colder." Somehow I think that I am "wired" for color - I don't see things in B&W very often.
Posted by Ken Spencer at 10:00 PM