in the comics

I wouldn’t be able to say if I prefer color photos to black-and-white photos, or the other way around. Both respond to different interests, each is irreplaceable; what’s more, their respective qualities are complimentary. Black and white, with its contrast of light tones and dark tones, is undoubtedly stronger. But how can one not be moved by the harmony of colors nature offers us? As long as it’s neither too harsh nor too sharp, color photography seems to be, because of a certain blurriness, to best be able to express charm and poetry. A poetry that can very well accommodate a touch of humor.
— Jaques Henri Lartigue, Mon Liver de Photographie