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Shades of Red, Pink, Blue, Green, Yellow, Black and White are the most used in my portraits as I can generally match a clients dress or accessories with the backdrop. And each of these reacts differently in B&W photography.

Hoss Mahdavi FBIPP, FMPA, QEP