Well, two aren't actually b & w, but six out of eight ain't bad, right. You'll notice I often use toning with my b & w shots, making them not entirely b & w. I had another photographer -- a buddy who shoots only b & w film -- tell me it was bad to use any toning and that I should remain committed to strictly black & white because the toning is a mark of a bad photo. But after looking around the internet I found that a lot of famous photographers will use some sort of toning in their shots. Any thoughts on this? Also, I'd be interested in hear opinions on photo #5 in particular. Thanks. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.