What is it saying exactly?
What do I like about it?
How does it make me feel?
Do I smell anything?
Do I hear a particular song?
Or another sound, is there something else coming to my ears when I look at the image?
What about the scene is vibing with me, the composition, colors, location?
It’s so important to explore the way work we like is REALLY truly impacting us. We are always so quick to say, ” This inspires me sooooo much!” or “I love this photo, pin!!!”. But maybe try to think a lot more about what’s resonating with you exactly. This is so interesting and it gives you a real sense of self and can help you to tap into your personal style.
- Northeastern University1997
- decor8, LLCFounder/Editor, 2005 - present
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