I moved from color to black and white photography up to ninty percent after years of taking photos. It easier for me to communicate substance and purpose of each photo by monochrome photography.
I like classic photography at medium format film currently. Photo taken on film and enlarged on paper has something which digital photography does not have and it is not only range of tones at baryta papers. It is the character which is provided by each film and its grain and which is possible only to simulate by software.
Besides enlarging on baryta papers it is also platinum-palladium printing which gives original shape and endurance to final photo prints.
Due to the above-mentioned there are only monochromatic photos here - digital, scans of negatives, scans of platinum-palladium prints.