Case in point: I took a photograph of a potted palm on my front porch. The leaves are green and the background is grey. It can be called monochromatic in green.
I then figured, since the image is monochromatic anyway, why not convert it to sepia.
That's where my problems began. Usually, when I convert a color image into B&W, one is clearly better than the other. Not so in this case. I like them both, equally. The green image is cooler, but the sepia image is more about tone and line, in my opinion.
Maybe I should make a diptych with both images and evade the choice.
Any suggestions? Post a comment.