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Regarding Sandra Hoffman’s letter, though I agree that black-and-white images can be just as effective, if not more so, than color images, especially when production costs are a concern, I find it unfortunate that she can’t equate photographs with editorial content (HCN, 10/3/05: Don't 'dumb and numb' readers). I may be biased, as a photojournalist, but I say, keep those big images coming, HCN.

John Blodgett
Salt Lake City, Utah

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