Should you set your camera to shoot in black & white, or should you shoot in color and convert later?
Is high-contrast lighting, which can wash out colors, better for B&W shots?
And without color to create drama or attract the eye to an element of your photo, how do you retrain yourself to focus more intently than usual on shapes or texture or patterns?
All questions that I know you'll answer with some great photos in black and white, the theme you chose for February. The deadline is midnight Feb. 28. Here's how to enter.
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