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but wait... if they arent retouched, then how are they black and white? did you shoot black and white jpegs? black and white film? if its film then they had to be scanned at some point and it would behoove you to touch em some how.
this idea of "photos as they are" is a complete fallacy. every step we take as a photographer moves us from the reality of the world we are capturing. be it the lens, the camera, the RAW converter (or even the jpeg engine in the camera), they all impart a "touch" on the image. lets not try to hide from the touch, but embrace it, because it is OUR touch that we are imparting. yes it can be overdone but when it is done right no one will no the better.