Who says shooting in black and white is exclusively for shooting serious and dramatic photographs?
Save a roll or two of your favorite black and white emulsion for some wacky moments with your family and friends. Shooting in monochrome for melancholic and bleak photoshoots is a favorite among our Community, but allow these three snapshots to demonstrate the equal prowess of black and white films in capturing quirky expressions and funny faces:
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