Awesome to get to chat to Yetunde Ayeni-Babaeko about what to think about when deciding what camera to buy. See the full episode over on Youtube. Cheers Wani
One of the biggest “shocks” to any new photographer wanting to go full time is discovering just how little time is spent shooting (less than 15% according to some surveys) compared to other aspects of the business. You can actually check out the statistics and read more about “the secret life of a wedding photographer”...
Ok – so if you are a wedding photographer in Nigeria and you have never heard of Jide Alakija, then I suggest you go google him right now…no seriously, stop reading and go google, I’ll wait. 🙂 All joking aside, in the past couple of years, I am yet to have a conversation with either...
Hey you Happy Wednesday. It’s my second favourite day of the week because I can begin the countdown to the weekend (yay!). Of course being a wedding photographer in Nigeria now means that I work on Saturdays but the great thing about being passionate and loving what you do is that it never feels like...
Hey guys Hope everyone’s having a good weekend. Just a quick one to tell you about a recent post I shared over at the “Life on a camera strap” blog giving my top 5 tips for taking awesome portraits of your kids. Be sure to check it out over here – it’ll help you transform your pictures...
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