Publicity shots for the Elite Theatre Company’s production of Goat presented no unusual challenges at the capture stage. When I reviewed them on my computer, however, the actor’s faces blared like a drunken teenager resisting arrest. The set and costumes were varying shades of brown, black, grey, and white. Usually, I try to get the skin tones right and let the rest go to hell. But in this case, the skin tones turned into distractions, so I converted all the images into sepia tones. The play concerns the day of Virginia Woolf’s suicide, so the monochrome treatment seems like a better fit all around. I hope the producer agrees!