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Jing Wen Goh

Jing Wen Goh

Survives on too much milo and too little sleep. Pursuing photography in the hopes that she doesn’t become a starving artist in the future.
Old School Nostalgia: A trip down memory lane
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Old School Nostalgia: A trip down memory lane

Back when the Internet was still an unknown concept, our only forms of entertainment were trips to the playground, the library, and the mamashop. For the luckier ones, we would own a Nintendo or SEGA gaming consoles that other children could only dream of having. As we grow older, nothing ever seems better than the food, games, and books of our childhood.  Join me as I re-visit the artefacts that were a part of the good old times, when everything was much simpler: all we did was read, binge on snacks, and play with our friends. Old School Treats  Featured…
The Trick To Taking Insta-Worthy Selfies: Part Two
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The Trick To Taking Insta-Worthy Selfies: Part Two

Now that you’ve learnt to take great photos, the next step is learning to edit your work. Editing is a crucial step in erasing distractions within the pictures, and helps maintain the consistency of colours within your feed. While there are an abundance of idiot-proofed mobile applications that allow you to simply slap a filter on your photos, the filters just don’t do much for photos with problems such as poor lighting, or ends up compromising certain colours for others. Welcome to part two of the Insta-worthy photography guide series – which will  teach you how to address common problems including…
The Trick to Taking Insta-Worthy Photos for Ladies – Part 1: How to Choose Your Backgrounds, Strike Your Poses, and Plan Your Angles
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The Trick to Taking Insta-Worthy Photos for Ladies – Part 1: How to Choose Your Backgrounds, Strike Your Poses, and Plan Your Angles

Have you ever wondered how other ‘Instagrammers’ all seem to have amazing, coordinated feeds, while yours turn out plain, messy, and boring? If you aspire to start taking better photos of yourself without having to burn a hole in your pocket on expensive clothes and professional camera equipment, this is the guide you’ve been waiting for. To create an eye-catching photo, there are a few things to look out for: the background, the outfit, the angles, the poses, and the general colour scheme. All of this may sound daunting, but once you get the hang of it, taking good pictures…
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