Quote Originally Posted by roteague View Post
Agreed. I always look for texture and dynamic lighting conditions, similar to Galen Rowell, although I work in LF. It is just as important when doing color photography.
I think one has also to consider the presence of a fine color print when discussing the impact of color. We who are so used to low quality color images on the web, in print media, TV, etc.,etc. sometimes tend to forget how a fine color print can effect us by its mere presence. Most of the color "prints" hanging about fall into the poster category, even with a nice matte and frame.

I haven't had the privilege of viewing one of Roberts prints, but I do have some JD Callow Cibas that are printed to intimidating standards, and show a degree of craftsmanship that is on a par with any of the fine B&W prints I own.