Yes, a photography set can include both black and white and color images. Black and white photography, also known as monochromatic photography, involves capturing images with only variations of one color, usually shades of gray. This type of photography can be manipulated to overcome technical issues more easily and to greater effect than color photography, and can be achieved through the use of high-speed, medium-contrast black and white film or through post-processing software. Color photography, on the other hand, captures images with a full range of colors. With digital photography, it is easy to switch between capturing color and black and white images, as it can be done through a menu. Black and white photography is often chosen for its aesthetic qualities, as it can create a sense of timelessness and evoke emotion in a way that color photography cannot.