– A young lady has taken social media by storm with wonderful scenes and moments she creates right inside her room
– The lady identified as Kihmberlie does standard photoshoot sessions you’d think were shot in a cutting-edge photo studio with local materials and equipment
– Her works have left social media dazzled as many marvelled at her imaginative prowess
Truly, a creative mind will always make ordinary things and moments extraordinary. A young lady by name Kihmberlie has stunned social media users with her creative shots all right at the comfort of her home.
Usually, people looking to take photos visit a photo studio where they have an array of awesome backgrounds to choose from for their photos, but what Kihmberlie’s talents has gone to show that you don’t necessarily need a studio to create moments with photos.
In several amazing uploads she made on Twitter with her handle @kihmberlie shared before and after frames showing how she was able to come up with eye-catching backgrounds for top-quality photo sessions.
The talented lady left people wondering how she is able to create such moments that beats some studio photos.
“Honestly I cannot talk about your talent enough your eye for detail and your imagination is so amazing. You are going to do great things, you already are.”
“Is that just painted card board or what? You’re so talented I hope you get all the success you deserve!!”
“Weird ask. Do you donate your things to local schools for their plays?? You could be such an inspiration for young set designers.”
“Kimberly, I absolutely love you, you’re an inspiration!”
“Your set design is always so incredible! One of my favs!”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young talented Nigerian lady freezes moments with her phone.
The lady identified as Deborah, in spite of her inability to get a digital camera, creates awe-striking and jaw-dropping moments with the aid of her smartphone, moments that are only natural with a camera.
Deborah told Legit.ng that she had always had a thing for pictures. She said even as a teenager she wasn’t just satisfied with having her pictures idle on her phone – she wanted fulfilment.
Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students’ Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2