Is the art of representing, three-dimensional objects on a two-dimensional surface so as to give the right impression of their height, width, depth, and position in relation to each other.

Or in a plain, day-to-day language, Point of view.

Someone recently asked me, why I have such hate towards the things that I don’t like, and why not just simply be indifferent towards it, and ignore it. My answer was quite simple. I hate something, because I do not like it, strongly. And, I want to change that certain thing, and if I was only indifferent towards it, I wouldn’t even want to give a thought to changing it. 

I’ll just be, Indifferent.

But, that was his perspective; His point of view, his way of looking at things. Not mine.
My job in this case, was to make him look at things, from my perspective. So as to make him understand, why I feel a certain way about things. But, at the same time, it is very important to respect the other person’s point of view, perspective, even if you don’t like it or agree with it.

I think perspective and consent are the most misunderstood concepts of all time! What do you think?

In this post I made it a point, to experiment. So, we shot from a different point of view! It wasn’t easy. It wasn’t impossible either. It was merely not something regular.  And that is exactly what someone else’s perspective is for you! Not something, you are used to.

A bit about the outfit –

I’m wearing a black off-shoulder top with a bright red pencil skirt. I wore shoes to match the outfit, but we couldn’t get a shot of it! I wore those shoes in this post as well {click click}.

Let me know your point of view about this!

Loads of love,

Previous Post Next Post

Contact Form