Photo Taken On: 18 February 2014
Editing Process Completes On: 19 February 2014

Panic, fear and confusion entered whenever someone is stressed out. Everything seems blurry and can’t make the correct choice. Wrong choices are often made due to emotional outburst and stress occurs in mind. Indirectly, the stressed mind causes heartbeat races. Sleepless night. Anxiety disorder. Convulsion. Fearful heart. Unhappiness. Loss of joy in living. Full of regrets. The feeling of being trapped in a box of pressure results to breathlessness, helplessness, and even mental illnesses. All of these seem to be the mark of people living in the cities of technology. Do you all feel this?

Back Pose

Back Pose - Blur Background

Blur Background

Back Pose - Dark Background

Dark Background

2014-02-10 (6A) Back Photo - Before


2014-02-10 (6A) Back Photo - After


Photo Taken On: 10 February 2014
Editing Process Completes On: 11 February 2014

My son wants to do a back pose when I was going to shoot so he pulled his dad along. Due to lack of light, the photo looked darker so I edit it with Photoshop. Seems that the photo looks better by just adjusting its brightness. What do you think? Is there any improvement I can do?

Rene Yoshi, thank you for your immediate feedback to improve by keeping the background darker. Therefore, I attempt to do two background versions – dark and Gaussian blur. Which version gives a better focus and effects?

Towel Hanger

Towel Hanger 1





Towel Hanger 4 Slight Movement

4 Slight Movement

Towel Hanger 5 Anxious Movement

5 Anxious Movement

Towel Hanger 6 Slight Movement

6 Slight Movement

7 - Terrible Movement

7 – Terrible Movement

Towel Hanger 8


Photo Taken On: Monday, 1 July 2013

Towel Hanger Statement
The idea of feeling tight (hard to breathe) and spaciousness evoke me. The towel hanger intrigues me whenever the towels are close to each other. Most of the time, I have to make it further apart and feel comfortable looking at it. Therefore, towel hanger is the best picture to evoke feelings of bring pressed from both sides and spacious to breathe. Various different colours and movements are captured to evoke different feelings and expressions.

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Binocular Binocular

Concept On: Tuesday, 2 July 2013
Concept Time: 9:10pm
Shoot Date: Saturday, 6 July 2013
Shoot Time: 9:30pm

Recently, my husband bought Potential-Inspiring Block Lepao for our son’s third birthday gift. We play with our son in building the lepao blocks according to the given manual. Boredom to follow the manual sets in. I just want to do something out of the manual. Cylinders and other shapes inspired me to create a binocular shape. My son loves it and uses it to look at everyone.

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