Originally Posted by Noble
That's an odd way of limiting detail. B&W film tends to be finer grain and have higher resolution... perfect for recording detail.
One enduring description of B&W is that it is "timeless". IMO part of the reason for that is that the detail of color is omitted.
As to "tends to be", yeah whatever.
Mark Barendt, Ignacio, CO
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