During my work around in Alpharetta I began to work with my camera settings internally. In this case I shot the jpeg with Artisa Film mode on high color and contrast. It as nice, but I also wanted to see what the B&W would look like. So I simply reprocessed in RAW using the B&W setting with increased contrast and detail. The more I get comfortable with adjusting settings in camera, I think I may be able to reduce my time at he computer after the shoot.
I also wanted to experiment with the B&W because out of camera, many much more experienced and savvy photographers, say this machine is a B&W dream machine. I think it did pretty well, but I'm not an expert yet.
In either case, it makes a good study of how removal of color can change up a photograph and focus your eyes and experience on different parts of a photo. While the white frame and dress draw you in while it is in color...the shapes and patterns box you in for the B&W version.
P.S. Fujifilm X-E1