While most landscape photography today is done in color, there's a long tradition of magnificent black-and-white landscapes.
Photography is digital. Even the few photographers who continue to work in film take their negatives and prints in the digital arena at some point in their workflow.
When he was working in a black-and-white darkroom with glass plates and later with film negatives, Ansel Adams frequently made very large prints.
Seeing a big, beautiful black-and-white print on the wall makes an impact that a computer screen simply can't duplicate.
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