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With a Instagram model, photographer and the creator of the content, it is, literally, trash into treasure, and her newest, fabulous post.
Sarah, a 23-year-old, who goes by the Kihmberlie on social media, telling Fox News that she is the inspiration for her creative modeling photos of “anything and everything” — and yes, that is true for her mother to wire rubbish bin.
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As you can see in the post she shared on Sunday, For the use of the previously referred to recycle and use a flashlight to create a stylish background for her latest modelling photos — an idea that she came out after her original plan didn’t go through.
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“Ran out of time for the shoot, I was going to be today and remembered that someone had sent me a video of someone putting their phone’s flashlight into a laundry bin, so I took it outside to my mom’s trash can and did this,” she wrote, alongside a photo of herself modeling a white swimsuit and a cage-style dress, her hair blowing in the wind from a nearby fan.
Fans have praised its ingenuity, with some of them even called for her to be a source of inspiration.
“Your creativity is insane,” one Instagram follower wrote.
“Freaking inspiring, as it always was,” another user said.
“The TALENT,” the person wrote.
For this particular shoot, I just remembered someone had sent me a video of a girl and her iPhone flashlight, a laundry bin, a couple of months ago, and I thought that I would be able to create a cool photo shoot with something like that with my mom’s trash can,” Douglas told Fox News.
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In the past, the shooting, Zimmerman has used the Foam, fake flowers, cardboard wings, and even ribbons tied to the ceiling fan to the achievement of her professional-looking photos.
“I think it is a great deal of inspiration through movies, music, renaissance paintings, and sculptures, and is using Pinterest,” she told Fox News.
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She had also hinted on Instagram that her methods can be used in a low-tech, they are no less time-consuming than with a professional photo shoot would be possible.
“It’s been a looooong day,” she wrote on Instagram after uploading her latest post, is Twitter, which has so far collected more than 75,000 likes.