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How do you make gifs like that in your mac lipsticks? Please do a tutorial ♥ You are really great with web design so we hope you can share things with us thank you so much, always love your blog :)
I can’t make a detailed tutorial right now, but you can read this tutorial instead. And thank you! :)
Hi Ate Kisty! I really want to be a great blogger like you but I don’t know where to start. Give me some help? :)
Install/Use a pretty blog design, write for yourself and visit other blogs. Start from there and be patient. :)
I’m thinking of making an ebook about this, like a really detailed one. If you have questions, feel free to send them now. :)
Ate Kisty! Why did you cut your hair/no more red hair? :( Will you dye it again in the future?
I got sick of my dry and damaged bleached ends. :) Will I dye it to a funky color in the future? Absolutely! I still want to go pink, blue/green and lilac. :)
See also: Hair Wishlist
Do you intend on going blonde anytime soon?
See also: Me with blonde hair
I was wondering what basics I’d need to know when I’m gonna take Graphic Design for college? And what schools I should apply for (Philippines:)). Thanks!
Sorry for the super late response. CSB (Multimedia Arts), Ateneo (Information Design) and Raffles Manila are the only schools that I can think of that offers graphic design in the Philippines/Manila.
What do you need to know? Well… I don’t know. I didn’t study Graphic Design for college. :p I do know that graphic design will always require you to brainstorm for new ideas. I took short courses, read books about it and fortunately, I was surrounded with talented graphic designers.
Hello~ 50mm will produce a lovelier set of bokeh shots compared with the 35mm. A 50mm is a great choice for food and macro-related shots. If you intend on using them for portrait/outfit and landscape shots, then a 35mm is more suitable. :)
This tip, however, is only applicable if you own a DX/crop-sensor camera model. :)
Thank you!! <3 Don’t say that, just practice and I’m sure you’ll improve over time. :) I don’t have a perfect eye vision, so I always use the multi-shot feature to help me choose the sharpest photo.
The Peak: 1/2s, and ISO 200 at 17mm.
Disney Fireworks: 1/2 to 2s, f/16 with an ISO 200. For kit lenses, I recommend using the Bulb setting, then increase the ISO to 400 and aperture to f/9 or higher.
It’s A Small World: I’m not sure but think it’s 1/10 and ISO 400.
If you’re a beginner in photography, practice with your kit lens until you’re confident with your shots. Then upgrade your lens with an aperture of f/2.8 or lower. :)