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i would mostly agree with Odin, and completely with surfwax.

i think intentionally, or even accidentally blowing the focus or color, or even lighting on some photos actually makes them more interesting. i'd say most specifically the eye note of Odin's is the weakest. sometimes very shallow depth of field in a closeup with the focus on something besides the eyes, that is, if the subject is not engaging the camera, can be very interesting.

i'd say for sure, other than that intangible emotional response, composition and lighting are far more important than anything else. focus, color, etc all have their time and place, and for the most part, technically accurate work will enhance a photo.

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