My name is Jeff Cable, and I’m a photographer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. I previously spent many years of my life as Director of Marketing at Lexar dealing with the ins and outs of the memory card business. And in all that time, I have never written about the do’s and don’ts of memory cards. Now that I am not on that side of the business any more, I feel that I can write this objective piece for you without any conflict of interest. And if you are taking digital photos on a memory card (and you
Today, professional photographer Laurence Norah of Finding the Universe, continues his five part series on taking better travel photos. Photographs are important for the memories they represent. You look at a picture and it conjures up thoughts, feelings, and smells that take you back to a long forgotten place so Laurence is here to help us take better pictures! Part two of the series is on how to get the perfect shot. In my first post in this series, I talked about the key compositional rules that you can use to create better travel photos. If you’re new to this series,
So we don’t KNOW who the groom is but one thing is sure, this white dude has officially transformed himself to a bonafide “Yoruba demon”. With his entire gang. We know the one in blue is the groom, but pray from which country did these dudes come from? Because as far as we are concerned, they seem quite at home and have apparently blended with the environment to make the authentic Yoruba guys green with envy. And yes, we saw “dem” sneakers. When the groom and his goons came prepared!
Singer Djinee is your “Classic Man” in his new photos. Djinee, who is currently rocking airwaves with his latest single “Shout Out of my Lover”, channels the quintessential man in the artistic still shots, giving dapper a new meaning. The photos were taken by Mofe Bamuyiwa for BMB Photography while styling and creative direction were done by Seun Badmus. See the photos below.
Is the big day fast approaching? Are you in great shape for those all-important wedding photos? If not, Marisa and Virgil from The Workout Club Ibiza are here to help you by giving you seven steps to get you looking your best on the day! We all know that there are no shortcuts to a beautiful body. There are no magic pills for weight loss – you need to put in the work to get things done. With these seven steps we are going to help you get you looking and feeling your best for your wedding day photos! Set your fitness goals
One of Nigeria’s most stylish Queens, Queen Aramide Shekinat Olori Elegushi, celebrates her 40th birthday with these stylish photos by Klala Photography. Her majesty wore 4 different outfits, maybe 4 for every 10th year? And she looked fabulous in all of them. See the Photos Credit Aso-Oke: @asolasoke Beads: @bims_world Makeup Artist: @ravishinmakeup Lace: @fabrikkgallery Photography: @klalaphotography
These days, most of us probably don’t even consider having our photos in a physical format. With mobiles, laptops, tablets, and even digital photo frames, why should we? Besides the fact that having a collection of photos is a great memento and keepsake, there are also a few other reasons why we should consider printing out our photos. The latest infographic from Nations Photo Lab has looked into how digital data has taken over our photo habits. Nowadays, only 33% of Americans still print and store physical photos. What’s more, 67% of those with a smartphone won’t even consider backing up
You’ve said I Do and now it’s time to party! There are bound to be countless moments during the reception worth capturing, but there are a few that are absolute must-have shots. Here are the nine you don’t want your photographer to miss. The Space. You’ll want a shot of the entire room before guests enter so you can look back at the décor. The day goes by so quickly that you might not notice how beautiful the centerpieces looked or the amazing design of the wedding cake during the party, but you can admire it in photos later on.
Are you ready to take your photography to the next step and to look for entry-level DSLR cameras? In contrast to the compact cameras, DSLR is a big step up when it comes to image quality. It offers the user a far more manual control and provides the full opportunity to change the lenses to fulfill the demands of individual projects. You can also consider buying a mirrorless camera if you’re an amateur photographer, but you won’t be able to find an electronic viewfinder with 4k consumer camera at the same price as a DSLR. So, it’s all up to
For her pre-wedding shoot, this Nigerian bride-to-be Temi rocked a huge gele. Acclaimed textile designer Nike Davies-Okudaye of Nike Art Gallery styled the couple. More photos after the cut. Posted by Linda Ikeji
Wedding Photography in Nigeria Top Lagos wedding photographer Wani Olatunde, offers brides getting married in Nigeria advice on choosing the right photographer for your Lagos wedding. Choosing a wedding photographer is like choosing the perfect dress to a special event. The right one will make you feel and look like a superstar, the wrong one – well we’ve all been there and it wasn’t pretty. So what are some of the things you need to consider when picking a wedding photographer? As someone who was once a bride and is now specialises in wedding photography, allow me to make a
There won’t be any mention of the thriving Nigerian wedding business without the wedding photographers who continue to capture every breathtaking, quality and inspiring moment of a hit wedding and bring them to life through their gorgeous pictures. Wedding photography has gone beyond, ‘Lights, Camera, Action’; it now requires a form of diligence, patience, inspiration, creativity and paying attention to details. Popular Nigerian photographers who specialise in wedding photography include: Jide Odukoya, Jide Alakija, Dotun, OghenewoAkara, Kevwe, Klalap, Wani Olatunde and a host of others. What has made these successful wedding photographers stand out is their craftsmanship and resourcefulness. For
We have all heard the expression “The gear does not make the photo. The photographer makes the photo.” That being said, the gear does certainly help in perfecting the art of photography. If you are a professional photographer or even a serious amateur, you know that photography is quite an expensive profession/hobby. Good equipment can be expensive and by the time you build your day-to-day gear bag, it can set you back several thousands of dollars. Just when you think you have the perfect setup, you hear about the latest camera or a faster lens than what you have just being