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Old Dec 12, 2013, 4:57 AM   #1
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I should state that in many situations that giving a photo a title disengages the viewer. Most of my photos do not have titles as I want to the person viewing them to tell me their perception to see it if is the same as mine.

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Old Dec 12, 2013, 9:06 AM   #2
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to be honest it should have a title. this has no focus point to interest me my eyes are drawn all over the place. there is a very light area top third and a light streak on the left. as i said my eyes are dancing and not being drawn into this . sorry to be negative
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G'day Mac

hmmmm - unexciting, but some part is in focus .... 3/10
But with a title giving me some idea of what you were visually-chasing, I would have a better idea and maybe things / score would be altered

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Thanks for the honest feedback. This image is an abstract, I was going for juxtaposition between man-made and nature with a play on textures/colors and patterns/shapes. I attempted to make the brick 3 dimensional with the nature bokeh being flat.
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G'day mate

Okay - then maybe a title of "Hard & Soft - man vs nature" might have got me / us a bit more excited

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Looks like a very classy brick!
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