Have you guys ever wondered how to make a certain colour stand out in a picture? In today’s tried and tested blogpost, we will be trying that. It is also called the colour splash effect. The only thing you need is Photoshop. Let’s start! First, open the picture you would like to edit in Photoshop. […]Read more "Tried & Tested: Colour splash effect"
This one’s for those of you that loves to cook! I’m sure you guys have a bunch of online recipes bookmarked on your phone or recipe books lying around. How about trying something different and make your own Photo Recipe cards? They are super personalized and special and doesn’t require much time to make. It’s […]Read more "DIY: Photo Recipe Cards"
I’ve always wondered how people are able to put pictures in shapes and words. We would usually see this on Tumblr or Pinterest. So I decided to try it out and it turned out to be quite simple. You just need Photoshop for this. First, click the custom shape tool. You can choose from […]Read more "Tried & Tested: Pictures in words & shapes"
Everything can be made into a prop with a little bit of imagination. In this post, I have compiled the list of props that you can find around your house or bought at an inexpensive price for your next photo on Instagram/blogpost without burning a hole in your pocket! Stationery and Office Supplies You […]Read more "Photo Prop Ideas for your next blog/Instapost"
Hey guys! We are back with another DIY. We will be doing a Polaroid Camera inspired DIY. So for those who have very small prints/stickers and want to have a place to keep it here is a DIY for you guys. Materials needed: A small box (best to have slide box but if you don’t […]Read more "Polaroid Camera Inspired DIY"
I am sure we all agree Instagram is the THING right now. You scroll through your explore page and see tons of beautifully taken picture. You click on a profile and you see a carefully planned Instagram feed and you start to wonder if you can ever achieve that level of aesthetic. Well, in this post, I […]Read more "8 Instagram theme ideas to create an aesthetically pleasing feed"
Growing tired of seeing the same design of the Rubik’s Cube? Well, this DIY will help you spice up the fun and designs of the Rubik’s Cube. Materials needed: 1 Rubik’s Cube 6 Photos (I’ll be using 6 Smallies) Scissors Glue/tape Ruler Pencil A paper (I’m using an unused photo instead) Let’s get started! […]Read more "Rubik’s Photo Cube"