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    Do You Like Landscape Photography and if so Color or B&W

    As one of the mainstay and oldest forms of art, do you like Landscape Photography. If you do, do you prefer color, B&W, or both?

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    I enjoy landscape photography. I don't have a preference of one over the other, I think some situations benefit from b/w and some benefit from color.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naturephoto1
    As one of the mainstay and oldest forms of art, do you like Landscape Photography. If you do, do you prefer color, B&W, or both?

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    I always prefer B&W, for several reasons.
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    I enjoy landscape photography. I tend to do mostly b/w, but I like to do color too.
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    I enjoy, both but I would say I lean more towards B&W at this moment in time.
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    I do a lot of landscape photography, shooting both color and B&W depending on the subject.

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    I do mostly landscape photography, but only in B&W. I've never even considered color.
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    I have gone back and forth through my life with color and black and white. We have some of the best in the world here that shoot color. Color is beautiful and for those who see in color, my hat's off to them.

    I shoot black and white because of the expressiveness of what I can do with the materials. Black and white is a generous process that has many facets. It can take a weekend or a lifetime to see the variations possible with one image.

    A good friend of mine says we are the caretakers of the images we create or capture. It is up to us to show that image with the respect they are due. This can only be done by the finest craftsmanship and diligence. This is what I love about black and white; this is why I choose it as my medium.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Hall
    I have gone back and forth through my life with color and black and white. We have some of the best in the world here that shoot color. Color is beautiful and for those who see in color, my hat's off to them.

    I shoot black and white because of the expressiveness of what I can do with the materials. Black and white is a generous process that has many facets. It can take a weekend or a lifetime to see the variations possible with one image.

    A good friend of mine says we are the caretakers of the images we create or capture. It is up to us to show that image with the respect they are due. This can only be done by the finest craftsmanship and diligence. This is what I love about black and white; this is why I choose it as my medium.
    Hi Rob,

    Thanks for the in depth response. I was hoping that others would make some comment beyond I like color, or I like B&W, or I like or use both. Maybe others will take your lead and provide a bit more incite as to what they shoot, like or shoot, and still mention (if they do) that they appreciate the other medium as you so eloquently presented.

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    I prefer BW and I like Color but it has too be the highest quality. Dye Transfer is the best.

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