Hello there! You already know that you can always, always count on us to decode the exact poses, filters, and elements that celebs use to score their aesthetic Insta feed. Up next on our investigation: Elisse Joson's grid. The 25-year-old actress is a pro at mixing together her selfies, random stuff, and even sponsored posts to make her feed look coherent. Ahead, we listed down some of the tricks she does so you can do it for your profile, too. Check them out below:
How To Curate Your Instagram Feed Like Elisse Joson
1. A Cool Collage
You know that feeling when you take a lot of good selfies and you don't know which one to post? Just put them together in one picture, photo booth-style, and watch the likes roll in.
It seems like film cam or Polaroid pictures always make an appearance in aesthetic feeds. P.S. If you don't have a film cam, you can use free apps that mimic the same effect!
3. Flower Power
Fresh blooms are also a must for a pretty feed. It's a nice breather from all the selfies, plus it will give your profile a nice pop of color!
4. Flash and Grain
Don't have a film camera? Just do this one simple trick: Turn on your flash every time you take a picture. It will capture your shadow and brighten up your face, mimicking the overexposed effect of pics taken with a film cam. Add some grain to give your photo some texture.
5. Black and White
Elisse's feed might be more on the brighter, pastel side, but every once in a while, we spot the occasional moody black and white photo on her profile.
6. Mirror Shots
Mirror selfies are a classic. (Bonus points if you take it in front of a cool-looking one!)
7. Golden Glow
Elisse's secret for always looking fresh and glowing in her pictures? She always takes them during the golden hour, aka that short period of time before sunset where the light is redder and softer.
8. Moody Hues
Just like Nadine Lustre, she also lowers the brightness and exposure of her photo to give it a moody vibe.
*This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.