This is quite a difference topic from what you posted earlier. What you are saying now is the viewers' reactions to the pictures. Not what is their interpretation. Simply adding "A life has ended" simply reports a life has ended. What more information can you derive from this caption and the picture? A picture with photojournalism value should set people thinking, let them have an opinion about something. If it's a picture simply to draw varied interpretations, there will certainly be speculations, with speculations comes a conclusion and this leads to misinformation. What reportage value does this have? This wouldn't be reportage anymore, it will be propaganda.Originally Posted by Kit
What I feel is, you are mixing opinions with interpretations a bit. There's a subtle difference you know.