Black & White photography started it all. Way before color got a foothold in photography everyone shot black & white. The great Ansel Adams got his feet wet in black and white and mastered it. Why? Because it’s all about the light, not the color. There are 256 shades of gray. They depict subjects that are dramatic, textured, smokey, foggy, twilight. They portray mood, passions, softness, harshness and depth. They are all portrayed in 256 shades of gray, with light.