Paris in Black and White
|Chairs and Fountain from Palais Royale, Paris|
When I process a photo, I'm ask myself whether color adds to the photograph or distracts from my message. Every photograph tells a story. The story should not have too many loose ends. It should get to the point without confusion.
|Tuileries Garden Statue, Paris|
In the 2nd photograph, the subject is the statute: her form, shape and curves. Color does not add anything. It would actually serve as another distraction.