I take most of my own Instagram photos.
A lot of them I do on self-timer in a studio, which I prefer to do on my own because I can take as much time as I want to get the ‘perfect’ shot. All the shots taken outside are taken by my mother or my sister.
There are a few tools I use to edit my photos.
I start with VSCO to change the lighting and sometimes a filter, but it has to have a minimal finish. After that, I use Photoshop for any final tweaks.
Stories are for...
showcasing more details and different angles of outfits I’ve posed on my feed. I also like to share what inspires me and anything new I’ve found.
Getting the right photo requires precision.
Sometimes it takes a couple of hundred shots to get the right one – I’m very particular about what I post.
I don’t change my backdrops or settings very much.
I prefer minimal backgrounds most of the time.
Confidence is what makes a good Instagram picture.
Nowadays, I only share something if I’m completely satisfied with the result. I try to upload pictures that inspire others and represent my personal aesthetic.