Klett is mostly black and white, so I guess you need'nt bother. Robert Glenn Ketchum was another I thought of, that doesn't go for the candy. Porter definitly ( and Hyde ) stands out to me and is memorable probably because I looked at his books for over thirty years. He's gentler with the whole thing, and doesn't scream. Now that you've brought this up, I just noticed that I'm leaning towards 90% black and white preference with landscape. The best of the contemporary color landscape photography I've seen, and I'm sorry I haven't got any names available, have made a real effort to work with less color.
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