Outfit and Photography Tips for Trick Eye Museum + Singapore Trip GIVEAWAY!

Hello, everyone!
Our latest trip to Singapore was “trickier” than usual; it involved this unique museum where we got to take a lot of photos while having fun at the same time, Trick Eye Museum! 😀
Originates in Korea, Trick Eye Museum is an art gallery with paintings that give each 2D art piece the illusion of being in 3D, which is really cool!
If you’re getting bored of typical tourist photos, we really recommend this place where you can take pictures that have some tricks to the eyes.
Aight, enjoy the pics and tips, and don’t forget to join the giveaway at the end of this post! 🙂
There is a sample photo next to each artwork (far right on the wall ↑) to give you an idea on how the artwork works. #phototips1
↑ Pay attention to details! For example, from the above picture, the hair must fall on the table to make it more realistic. #phototips2 ↑
 ↑ Your pose and expression can help the artworks look more ‘alive’ too! #phototips3 ↓
 Joe: “Help me, I’m slipping!” | Elle: “Ugh, so annoying! *kick*”
Don’t be afraid to create interactive poses that have stories! #phototips4
 In Trick Eye Museum, you won’t find signs such as ‘Don’t Touch’ or ‘No Flash’ or ‘No Taking Off Clothes’! You can go wild creating your pictures! 😀 #phototips5
 ↑ Girls, please wear shorts or skorts or pants, so you can move around and pose more freely! #outfittips1
 Joe: “Helllpppp!” | Elle: “What a huge fish, let me take a selfie first.” | Jess: “Our brother is being chased by a sea monster. Tweet sent.”
*prayed that Joe was okay*
 ↑ Joe’s fate after falling from a bamboo tree and getting eaten by a sea monster.
 ↑ Our punishment for not helping out Joe. x’D ↓
We don’t recommend wearing heels, unless you have no problem posing crazily in them. #outfittips2
“For all the times that you made me feel small.” #loveyourselfreference
There are some artworks where you can pose prettily too! So, don’t forget to put on a decent outfit! 🙂 #outfittips3
Another important thing to create the optical illusion is the ANGLE. But fret not, there’s an instruction on the floor that tells you where you should snap the picture. #phototips6
Cameras to bring: wide-lens cameras and/or cellphone cameras. #phototips7
*Reunited at last haha*
We had a lot of fun here, thank you so much, Trick Eye Museum! Such an interesting way to bond with your loved ones 🙂
GIVEAWAY
Have a chance to have fun at Trick Eye Museum for FREE!
Just follow these simple steps:
1. Repost a photo from our Instagram account (@jessyamada@elleyamada) taken at Trick Eye Museum to your Instagram account.
2. Hashtag #FlyMe2TrickEyeSG and tag @TrickEyeMuseumSG in the post.
3. Don’t forget to share the post to your Twitter account as well.
4. Follow @TrickEyeMuseumSG Instagram account for updates on the results.
*Remember to set your Instagram and Twitter account to public so we can view your post!
PRIZE
• 1 lucky winner will get flight tickets to Singapore + admission tickets
• 5 lucky winners will get a pair of admission tickets each
Good luck!! 🙂
TRICK EYE MUSEUM, SINGAPORE
Address: Resorts World Sentosa
Phone: +65 6795 2370
Opening Hours: 10AM – 9PM (everyday)
XOXO
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  1. When do the portrait the main thing is the eyes, so they should be very clear. If you can not catch the eye focus – focus on the top button; It is in the same focal plane as the eyes. And http://hdrprograms.com/ soft will make your photos great

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