25 More Lessons (I've) Learned
37. Be Aware of The Context
Oh how readily I am ready to contradict myself, for I can also say that I have learned that it is beneficial to be prejudicial if it highlights particular issues that others are concerned about, in turn making your photos more appealing to others.
Moreover if you are aware of the social context of your pictures and whether they reflect a social or fashion trend or speak one way or another to issues that are hotly debated by the public, you can add value to your photos by either editing them to adjust the focus of attention or adding commentary that helps illustrate a point that might otherwise go unnoticed.
*a fluid example: selva's Lactose intolerance
*please note: the photographer and the photograph cited do not necessarily reflect the views of the lesson or any other random thoughts of the writer.
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