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    I don't much care what others do... but I do chuckle when I can't figure out why a photo is named what it is named.

    When I remember, I title mine with location and date; portraits with name and date.

    When I remember, I mark these on the print or the mount.

    Remembering is getting more and more difficult!

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggie
    I would never make a title like "Misty Dawn" (unless that was her name, of course).
    That is her name. If I were her, I would be cursing my parents every time I introduced myself. But as the say... different strokes for different folks.

    Butterfly (AKA Brian)

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    I find titles essential for cataloging and storing. The title and my contact information is only on the back of framed photos. Many photos should be self-explanatory. Sometimes a title is needed to make a satirical or ironic connection. Almost any title is better than "untitled."

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