Dunnowhatitis Some people call it abstraction, I call it dunnowhatitis.
Did you ever wonder why most people try to recognize an image? Are they glad to see something familiar, rather than an abstract image? Are abstract images harder to read or is recognition a key condition to evaluate an image? It all depends on the mindset of the audience. This mindset gives priority to the characteristics of an image and to its final evaluation.
To my opinion other points are more important than recognition. For instance, what do you feel, does it impress you, frighten you, tranquillize you or just make you glad?
Look again at abstract images after these considerations! And more important don't panic if you dunnowhatitis ......


PhLB - Luc Boonen said:

Just in case you keep being worried after reading this blog :
red flowers on a stone floor, no focus, fast upward panning movement;
now you know, be happy with it.... .;-)
2 years ago

Clickity Click said:

Well darn, why didn't I see those red flowers??? Guess I was too busy enjoying what I was seeing!. Well Done Luc. :)
2 years ago

PhLB - Luc Boonen said:

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aNNa schramm said:

dun now what it is is great :-)))
2 years ago