One of the worst and unfortunate things that can happen in your life is finding out that you lost a loved one, especially if that person is close and dear to your heart. When this happens, it would seem like you carry the burden of the entire world on your shoulders. Every waking moment is going to be difficult. You will feel alone, sad and confused, which is why you need to learn how to handle grief in the smartest way possible.
It’s not just a photograph, it’s a story.
Looking at an image of a child whose deep eyes, crinkling at the sides, glow and whose smile radiate amidst the depressing background of a war-stricken community, what does that tell you? Does it inspire sorrow or joy? How did it make you feel? Did you see the despair? Or were you able to catch that tinge of hope embedded somewhere in the child’s innocence?
Photography, though silently conveyed, speaks multitudes.
Art can be expressed in numerous platforms and probably one of the fastest growing forms of art is photography. It’s quite overwhelming yet not surprising that today’s generation is geared up with their cameras and smartphones and is actively indulging in photography.
Scrapbooking is more than just telling our life story but adding more colors and art to it. Every little detail is emphasized and brought to life once more. Scrapbooking has been featured in some Hollywood movies, movies about friends and family walking down memory lane. It highlights how our memories are essential in creating our identity. Memories are important because they are the confirmation of our existence, our dreams, our aspirations, and they make us grounded in what we used to be.
People have different ways of expressing their artistic sides. It can either be through painting, music, writing and scrapbooking.
With the advent of technology, scrapbooking has astonishingly gone a long way and has proven that it is a hobby worthy of your time, money, and effort. And with the test of time, it is here to stay.