Make an image where color rather than value creates image contrast. You will make one 11x14” print.
Then, make a black and white conversion of that same image, maintaining the image contrast of the color original. You may make a smaller print (8.5x11”) of this image.
Finally, make a different image that you will select one part of the image to remain in color, while the rest is converted to black and white. (No bridal portraits with red roses!) Make one 11x14” print.
Peter A. Calvin - Professor - Collin College Photography