Photo's By Jamie Smith : I know thats a silly question. We humans see in a varied levels of light (color is nothing more then a specific wave lenght of light). Even when we see some thing in faint light we can often see colors.
You might ask [Jamie] whats this have to do with B&W? Well on several occassions I've taken shots that I though (before taking the shot) this would look so good in black and white. The old car I contributed is one of my favorites. I was on the side of the road, loading up from a day of fishing. The car came towards me and I thought, this could be a moment from way back in the day. So when I shot the image, I had B&W in mind. I even had the thought of adding noise to the shot when I took it. I know the colors were there when I shot, I just didn't see them in my head. I saw B&W. There have been other times when I've had those moments. It's rare, but it happens. It's one of the reasons I don't have that many B&W (maybe 5 in 60,000) shots. I just don't see in black and white.
This is not to say I don't like B&W, I most certainly do! I just don't see it in my head.
Kendra Bobbitt : i get what you mean and a lot of people tell me i do see black and white, im really good at black and white for some reason