Hello , everyone . Another great poetry book that I’ve read . This well written poetry book by Charissa Ong @cotypoems. Love all the poems and the short stories . .... .... My favourite poem in the book are “ The Selfish and The Helpless “ . Totally have a great meaning , telling us be kind to everyone . 😊 . As for the short stories , my favourite are the “ Malaysian , Chinesian , Indisian . “ 😊 . Can’t wait to read the Daylight Dialogues . .... .... Have you read the book ? Which poem in the is your favourite ? .... .... Rating : 🌟 4/5 #trulybynia#flatlaysbynia#midnightmonologues#cotypoems
• A parte favorita do meu Bullet Journal • Adoro marcar os filmes que assisto, então resolvi fazer uma lista só com filmes que concorreram em alguma categoria no Oscar. Essa lista está até desatualizada mas confesso que ainda não consegui assistir tudo.
Create Your Own Content Week: Day 2 💃🏻 . . Now that you have your lighting down let’s move onto backgrounds! Again, we have a lot of variables here... the size of the object (or person) you are shooting, room that you have, the look/style you are going for with your shots. But I will be sharing what I use for flatlay style pics of some small products for both client work and my personal feed. . . The biggest thing to remember is that if done correctly, what you are using doesn’t have to look like what it actually is... for instance, one of the props I use as a background that is on brand, looks great and gets a great response is a $7 pink bathmat from Kmart.. I draped it over my desk to cover some of it up and it was just great! Strange huh?? . . What I reach for/use: pillowcases, books/magazines (covers and inside pages), bedding, rugs (especially the fluffy varieties to add more texture and contrast), material from Spotlight, trinket trays, candle holders/trays, clothing, furniture (if the product is the hero of the shot, I generally go for white, clean furniture surface), walls, fences and notebooks 💭 The opportunities are endless! So don’t let your creativity or this list restrict you, experiment! . . To loop back to one of those props... material from Spotlight (or any hobby/craft) store.... this will be a game changer. Go peruse the craft material section and I would recommend grabbing a white fabric, I use mine ALL the time and it instantly gives you a beautiful clean, blank canvas to work with. I find this as a better and easy to pack away alternative to white card that a lot of people utilise.. it means you can also create ruffled textures with it if you feel fits the photo (make sure you get something that doesn’t wrinkle easily and is not shiny!!) I also then have a few additional material options like fun patterns and some colours that are close to my branding colours. . . So I encourage you, do a sweep of your house and see what you