Black and white photography is considered by some to be more difficult than color photography, simply because color ceases to be an element in the finished product. However, it is still an element to be considered while shooting, because color affects what greys, whites, and blacks you get as a result. Black and white can make your photos much simpler, pared down to the basics. This can make photographs appear more serious or scary, or even take away considerations of decade or century. Photographs also need different development in post, as well as different considerations for grain.
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This is a concise article on B&W photography, just 35 min. It's a good listen at night or when ever you have a short amount of time to get a good overview on this art and technique. It's already helped me as a very amateur film photographer.
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