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  1. Sometimes the title radically changes the meaning of the work, it is a very important element — and it is very interesting to follow how the author treats it.

    For me, the name, description, year (and sometimes the exact date) of creation are extremely important semantic elements.

    For example, we look at this photo by Wolfgang Thielmans in a completely different way:

    .when we find out that the author called it “The State We're In”.

  2. Surprisingly, sometimes the name of the picture does not coincide at all with the impression that it makes on the viewer. But after all, the author's right to give a name to his work, to pay attention to some of its features. This is also creativity.

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