Seven years ago I started to learn photography with the moody yet brilliant celebrity that is black and white film. Since then, black and white has been my very favorite.
It is its own reality—a reality with foreign terms and elements that really does have so much to do with the reality we are used to, and in some ways and in certain lights, knows it even better than we do.
The absence of colors slows us down. It makes us look, makes us notice the moods and curves and textures we have, for our most of our lives, seen but never really seen.