LindaShorey wrote:Matt makes an interesting point about interpreting faces at rest. I've had people say to me on occasion, "Why so sad?" Huh? I'm just in neutral - lol. A study of other body language cues, not just facial, from various cultures would be fascinating; seems I recall there is at least one country (Italy?) where standing very up close and personal is considered to be normal
Duck wrote:Speaking of timing... with our recent discussion on street photography, this is one heck of a fine example. The irony of the story just can't be ignored.
For me, the strength of an image comes from the ability to understand it without the need of titles. One doesn't need titles to understand this image.
Graham Smith wrote:It doesn't matter, overly much, to me whether the viewer reads the story I'm trying to tell or they imagine another story. Obviously I would prefer the viewer to read and understand my story
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