- @adisaolashile, a creative young man on Twitter was able to take professional pictures using only his phone
- The photos, apart from looking professional, appeared as though they were shot during a scene of a blockbuster movie
- Many social media users have been sharing powerful reactions after seeing the pictures
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A gentleman called Adisa Olashile, identified on Twitter with the handle @adisaolashile, is making waves on social media after sharing pictures that portray extreme creativity.
AdisaOlashile was able to take pictures that look like extracts from a blockbuster movie, using only his phone and a couple of inexpensive toys he bought from the market.
@adisaolashile mentioned in the caption of the pictures that he hopes the money is spent acquiring the toys was going to be worth the while in the end.
See the pictures in the post below:
Reactions from amazed social media users
Thousands of netizens reacted to the post.
YEN.com.gh has gathered a few interesting comments.
You can make animated movies with this. Y not look into it. My humble opinion.
You mean you snapped these with a phone????......what type of phone are u using?
Hey nice one. I think you should learn how to use Lightroom and Photoshop you'd be really good
You should consider turning your work into NFTs.
An equally beautiful prison photo
Not long ago, another talented photographer by the name Edos and the Twitter handle @edosartistry, attracted tens of thousands of reactions on the social media platform after sharing one of his recent works.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his handle, Edos was able to take a very emotional photo of a man behind bars, which could pass for a touching scene in a movie.
However, he shared the behind-the-scene picture of the set-up that was used to make the shot and it turned out that it was actually burglar proof that was used and not real prison bars.
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