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[[Image:Wisanu m1.jpg|400px|thumb|left|My first time working as a model for IKEA Sweden. I was on the cover of its catalogue.  It's so hard to get the job and I really proud of myself. ]]
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[[Image:Wisanu m1.jpg|400px|thumb|left|I got this photo from IKEA Museum in Sweden in last Sep. They provided visitors a photoshoot set that you can be put on Its so-called catalogue. It was fo awsome.]]
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[[Image:Wisanu m1.jpg|400px|thumb|left|It's so boring last night so I edited myself and put it in the IKEA catalogue cover.]]
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How can be sure what we see is true? As power of the media got transferred from a handful of media houses to ordinary people with cellphone cameras, it doesn't stop pictures and videos that we see from being more truthful.
 
How can be sure what we see is true? As power of the media got transferred from a handful of media houses to ordinary people with cellphone cameras, it doesn't stop pictures and videos that we see from being more truthful.
  
 
Pictures and videos can be distorted by the narratives, so do we need to be increasingly suspicious of the so-called truth that we see each day even more?
 
Pictures and videos can be distorted by the narratives, so do we need to be increasingly suspicious of the so-called truth that we see each day even more?

Revision as of 13:22, 7 November 2017

My first time working as a model for IKEA Sweden. I was on the cover of its catalogue. It's so hard to get the job and I really proud of myself.
I got this photo from IKEA Museum in Sweden in last Sep. They provided visitors a photoshoot set that you can be put on Its so-called catalogue. It was fo awsome.
It's so boring last night so I edited myself and put it in the IKEA catalogue cover.


How can be sure what we see is true? As power of the media got transferred from a handful of media houses to ordinary people with cellphone cameras, it doesn't stop pictures and videos that we see from being more truthful.

Pictures and videos can be distorted by the narratives, so do we need to be increasingly suspicious of the so-called truth that we see each day even more?