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One of the most common reasons why people continue to shoot in black and white today is because it lends a certain timeless quality to the image and is a good way to convey a sense of mood in photography. Black and white keeps you focused on the actual composition and texture of the photo highlighting its shapes, light, shadows and perspective. 

When selecting your image, think about the interplay between the image and how it should be framed. Landscape and organic textures can be accented with oak-framed prints, whereas graphic or architectural images become more alluring in high gloss, ultraHD acrylic frames. 


Recommended frames for 'Black and White Collection' are whitewall’s 

classic floating glass oak-frames, choosing from black or white passe-partouts, complimenting the monochrome prints with great impact.