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PostPosted: Sun Jul 13, 2008 1:35 pm 
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I do find sometimes they are more romantic and artistic but I've never figured out the reason.

Maybe because everything becomes simpler in the B&W world? Without the distraction from colors we can focus on the soul of the picture?

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i am with you on this one i do like a b/w pic sometimes it adds something to a normal pic

but it does not work all the time

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Mostly you can see in b/w photos more detail. In my opinion that´s also the reason why some animals see in b/w (cat-like animals, predatory birds like eagles etc.), to distinguish their prey in nature more easy.

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