Filters give photos a little more feel to it. For me, it sets the right mood — warmer filters for summer, and cooler ones for rainy days or winter; saturated ones for colorful places, and less saturated edits for a minimalist feel. I’ve always been one to play around with filters. This year alone, I had already tried out and used three “themes” for my Instagram account, and am already thinking of changing it again.
I’m going to start this off by saying that I am not, in any way, an expert. I’m not a well-known blogger, and I don’t make huge bucks from blogging. But I think I’ve been blogging long enough, and have collaborated with enough brands to somehow know what I’m talking about. It took me years before I first got contacted for a collaboration.
I’ve received a lot of good feedback on my collages and some people are requesting that I do a tutorial on how I do it. And because I like sharing stuff with you guys (and that I’m always on the look out for new content), I caved in! Three years ago, I didn’t even have the slightest idea on how to put together something like this. When I came across Pauline‘s blog and saw her collages, I knew I wanted to do something like it for myself. Years after, I’m collage-ing my way through my gap year. My process is actually just very simple, it just takes a lot of patience and creativity. You guys ready? Here we go.