All of your photos are stunning, but they really shine in black and white. What’s behind your decision to shoot primarily in black and white?
When I photograph and my state of mind is on “photo mode,” I mostly see forms, lines, composition, and light, but color escapes from me most of the time. I like the purity of black and white; I find that in most cases, color won’t add to the image, but will only distract the viewer. In my opinion, color should be used only when it adds to a composition.
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