A lot of photographers love the look. A lot of others think it’s cheating. The truth is that monochrome photography is here to stay. When we’re working with monochrome images, we are exposed something more timeless that requires our imagination fill in the gap between the photo and reality. Colours that may be distracting or complimentary are gone. Mistakes are hidden and blemishes are washed out.
No matter your style, you’ll be able to appreciate the contrast between the colourful and monochrome of this set from Balint featuring Nina. You can clearly see how much colour can play as a part of defining an image.