FSZ: How do you feel that photographers at Cerritos can only print in black and white?

Lauren Torres and Ariel Jimenez

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Byron Ortiz, Undecided major

“I feel it’s pretty cool because all the color printing is on digital, so we have to go through the process of using film to get black and white.”

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Itze Romero, Photography major

“I think it’s easier for people to comprehend, color’s a lot more difficult, a lot more goes into it.”

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Monica Jerez, Graphic Design major

“I feel it’s better because now we use digital, we can see color, so we can get the effect of black and white.”

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Gustavo Torres, Automotive major

“I’m in beginning [photography], so I don’t really know the benefits of black and white yet.”

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Guadalupe Cazares, Undecided major

“It does change things a bit, but I think it makes things a little easier […] I think I would like to learn to print in color, it’s probably a different technique.”

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Martin Sanchez, Mathematics major

“They should be able to print in color and other forms, it shouldn’t just be in only black and white.”

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Ariel Elvira Martinez, Film Production major

“I think they’re trying to keep the ideal of how printing used to be, and how it is now. It’d be a lot easier if we could do it in color.”

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Erica Figuerora, Fine Arts and Nursing major

“I like it. I like the fact that they can print that way, it forces you to experiment with how they used to do it back then, and we have the digital lab for color.”

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Matthew Morales, Undecided major

“It’s awesome.”

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Samuel Udo-Udoma, Creative Writing major

“I think it’s not that great, a lot of pictures these days are in color, and its more vibrant and lively.”