Now, the Expert Photography tip suggested that I shoot in color and then edit it later. However, not having shot in black and white since my freshman year high school photo class, I found that shooting in black and white felt a little more natural to me, and in fact made me compose my photos differently.
Maybe this is because I’m a photo frosh, but shooting in black and white made me more deeply consider light and shape, more than I have thus far. In this way, I’d suggest that even the most experienced photographers shoot in black and white every once in a while, to jog their memories as to how fundamental light and shape are to photography.
While color captures moments, black and white makes moments more abstract. I had a lot of fun with this challenge. What do you folks think?
Next challenge: Texture!