http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11529823/site/newsweek/ "Art photographers have moved from arguing about color to debating the legitimacy of digitally-altered images ... Feb. 24, 2006 - Its really not worth the frustration to try to explain to someone who wasnt around then about the war back in the 70s when art photographers tried to introduce color into the mix. Its like trying to get a grown-up to believe in the Easter Bunny. First you have to back up and explain that art photography at the time wasby habit if nothing elsealmost completely black and white. Giants like Walker Evans had declared color vulgar, and although Evans would recant that judgment and make his own memorable color Polaroids late in life, the damage was done. If you wanted your work taken seriously, you left color photography to the fashion world and the family photo album."