Tag : Best African Photographer

Rudeboy Psquare- Paul Okoye

Yello my people!!!! Wow Wow Wow I feel so good as I write this blog post. Meet my brother Paul Okoye popularly known as Rudeboypsquare an amazing person you too would love to work with especially as a photographer or as an artist. If I will asked to describe Paul in 2 words I would say “Living Legend.” We all know Psquare and their great music and it was a great time for me as an African Photographer to photograph […]

A CONTINENT UNDER MENTAL SLAVERY- MODERN DAY SLAVERY

I write this blog with a heart full of tears but at the same time with HOPE for a better AFRICA ahead. What really saddens me about my continent is how the poor people are exploited by the politicians who even kneel and plead for these same poor people so they can be voted into office but the sad part is that after they obtain power they are nowhere to be seen. What pains me even the most is that […]

Leading African Runway Fashion Photographer

I really enjoy shooting Runway Fashion because it helps me perfect my skills. Why? Because I have seconds to capture the right image that showcases the fashion on the model. In shot capturing the mind of a designer of that particular outfit. The other thing is that change of lighting temperatures also helps with the speed at which I change my camera settings. If one can achieve great results from runway Photography then they can shoot any kind of photography.

Corporate Photography

One of the tricky areas of photography is Corporate Photography because majority people think it’s just about posing someone in front of a camera but there’s more to it because it can be boring looking at an image that’s not engaging. That’s why the photographer needs to understand theirĀ  subjects before taking images. Some people it’s hard for them to face a camera and others it’s very easy. This is what distinguishes a Professional Photographer from an Amateur. Do you […]

TOP AFRICAN RUNWAY FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY

Runway Fashion Photography is one area most African Photographers have ignored because Fashion Weeks do not take place so often unlike weddings and studio photography that bring quick money. But I feel this is an area of Photography that I want to explore and do more because it is a part of Fashion Photography.        

Hustles of an African Mother

African Mothers go an extra mile in trying to provide for their children for the fact that most African men spend time drinking alcohol and would get home with no food or money so, mothers don’t just want to sit at home even if they just had a baby or have very small babies. The hustle is real for an African Mother/Woman. I respect these rural women because they are not as privileged s those in the urban.