one frnd of mine told this pic is horrible...(well he is new)... is this true?
Most Helpful Guy
Well as far as the picture itself, the camera isn't very focused, and the setting, the "mise en scene" doesn't show anything of the woman in the picture nor does it arrive. The lighting is bad and the filter doesn't do anything to show any of the features of the girl or any form of art. SO YES IT"S A BAD PICTURE.
NOW as far as the girl in the picture. She must realize there's no way a person can have a "bad" image taken by a camera..
SHE must realize that if she's asking others to tell her if she looks good or bad, then she is seeking self affirmation in others... how can you validate yourself... by other people? you'll never be happy...
INSTEAD the girl should think of looks in two ways
1: only ignorant people see ugly/beautiful in aesthetics. there's no such thing as ugly only ugly points of views... to say someone is beautiful is to say they are acceptable as a human being while others who they THINK are ugly are not acceptable as human beings... do you really want approval from someone who views the world in such a childish way?
2: the girl should also see that if her beauty and acceptance doesn't come from others it comes from herself... yet how can she obtain it?
She must first address her fears, is she scared of not being accepted? Why? Can she change what others think?
What also does she feel guilty of herself of?
What is she ashamed of?
Can she change them, what can't she change? Does she even need to change them?
Does she grief over any events in life?
She must learn to let go of these social fears, guilt, shame and grief and be proud of being herself, be confident in not only the things you can do, and things you have BUT also the things you can't do and the things you don't. Be proud, and confident so that you can love yourself, and in so you will realize how special you are as a person, how no one is like you, how you are a rare jewel, and that you don't need others to tell you "is this picture bad."0
Most Helpful Girl
No, I didn't even cringe1