The Miracle of Hangang River

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Bộ Ảnh: Sài Gòn Xưa
Bối cảnh

Bối cảnh là vào những năm 1960s, khi Sài Gòn vẫn được coi là Hòn Ngọc Viễn

Đông của cả Châu Á, với những quán cà phê cổ và những chiếc vespa bon bon trên đường. Bức ảnh thể hiện cả một Sài Gòn xưa với đầy đủ những cung bậc cảm xúc với bối cảnh và trang phục hoà quyện giữa sự cổ điển và kiểu cách tân thời, giữa những đường nét Á Đông trộn lẫn trong phong cách Tây Phương mới chớm.


Bức ảnh là một cô gái Sài Gòn xưa dịu dàng, thướt tha trong tà áo dài nhẹ nhàng bay trong gió, đang dắt chiếc vespa cổ và trên tay vẫn mang theo chiếc nón lá đầy duyên dáng. Sóng bước bên cạnh là một chàng công tử hào hoa trong bộ vest lịch lãm, chiếc dù cuốn lại gọn gàng làm điểm tựa cho mỗi bước đi, đôi kính gọng tròn và chiếc mũ bê rê mang đậm màu sắc hoài cổ.

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Một số kiểu tóc và trang điểm gợi ý

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Bối cảnh gợi ý

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Bối cảnh gợi ý

Bộ Ảnh: Magic Twinkle
Bối cảnh

Bối cảnh là bầu trời đêm với những ngôi sao lấp lánh trên nền trời đêm.

Bối cảnh được chụp trong studio, background được photoshop để thể hiện được những phép màu của bà tiên khi trao cho Lọ Lem phép màu khi biến nàng trở thành một nàng công chúa xinh đẹp lộng lẫy.


Bức ảnh là một nàng công chúa xinh xắn, lung linh trong bộ trang phục lộng lẫy mà bà tiên vừa ban tặng. Trên khuôn mặt nàng thể hiện sự ngạc nhiên, vui sướng, hạnh phúc, vẻ đẹp rạng ngời khi chạm tới ước mơ bấy lâu nay của mình.

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