How do you decide when to take a picture in black and white as opposed to color? In the film days, it was actually a decision you had to make but with digital, it always starts as color. Most cameras have a black and white mode, but you’re kinda nuts if you use it*.
Most of the time when I take a picture and decide to process it into a B&W image, it’s because it either has really strong lines and contrast or it has very little in the way of color to start. That was what I found here:
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It isn’t usually that cold here. Seattle isn’t known for snow, or freezing, or any real extremes. This week, however, is not effing around. My computer is telling me it’s 25 degrees out right now, on its way down to 16 overnight. This is not normal or ok. So far, it’s been freezing but dry. At this temperature, however, just a little moisture and you get what we had last year, almost to the day:
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Right now it’s all happy and bare out there, but never forget people – this is how it started. You remember what happened after that, right?