Yes. I used to carry two film cameras, one for B&W film and one for color.
Now I can do the same with digital and it is very freeing to me. I know
that the MM is dedicated B&W and look for photos of light, not color. It
makes a huge difference to me and the way I take photos. Someone who
learned photography with digital and converting color might have a totally
different reaction, but I love getting back to one camera for B&W and one
for color. I decide when I take the photo, not when I process it.
On Tue, Oct 2, 2012 at 10:23 AM, Ken Norton <ken@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I guess that the question on my and other people's mind is how does
> the M9 monochrome conversion compare to the MM? But That may actually
> be the wrong question to ask.
> Let me revise my own question to this:
> Did carrying two different cameras with two distinctly different
> styles of imaging change you in any tangible or intangible way where
> the results ended up being greater than if you had just gone with the
> M9 alone? Did this in/tangible change result in imaging results that
> you wouldn't have gotten otherwise?
> Ken Norton
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