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Old 02-17-2011, 01:09 PM   #59
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Plenty, because it was what they had.

How many people would watch it today, when colour is common and available?
There is a beauty in black and white that often transcends the same images in colour
Agreed. I have volumes of black and white photography that simply would not be as effective in color, and attempts to colorize old films originally shot in black and white are a pet peeve.

But I repeat my question. If your answer is other than "very few", I might inquire about what you're on...
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