Actually I am not asking anybody to make choices, and I may not do so myself. It is just another example illustrating the quandary those of us who use digital or shoot color film face. We have the choice of leaving it a color image or converting it to b&w. Since I consider myself a rather ‘dyed in the wool’ b&w photographer I used to think the choice would be easy, but it is not.
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