Throwing back to 2016 when I tried all could to learn swahili in 11 days but eneded up learning 11 words i.e including the word "swahili". Asides that, It was and interesting and beautiful experience from the people to the food, environment, color of the sky down to how well their history was preserved.
Someone said 'tomato dey show Nigerian's pepper'. Honestly, I've not heard a statement this true in a while because we've always been on the hustle for "pepper",now tomato is showing it to us real life.
Glamorous city on the french Rivera. The "Blue" city as I'll call it due to its super saturated "virgin-like" blue sky with about 60% of building painted in white making every other colour pop like a red cherry on a white cake.
Was eating this one day and I decided to look at it differently "why not" if you know what i mean. Told my wife my idea she din't get it but she got me the most important prop for the shoot "WaterMelon".
We did the set up, using a backlight + dark field approach and voila, Here we are. Put it up on my 500px(https://500px.com/photo/142581719/melon-by-ayo-ishola?ctx_page=1&from=user&user_id=1392103) account and it ranked popular in an hour.
I hope you like it.
Photobook for Kemi & Martins Wedding Photoshoot.
How can you be more creative with a photobook that is already creative?
The cover of the photobook has a movie poster theme, it is only fitting to make a cassette-like casing for the book to drive home the full movie packaging experience. GhenGhen!!!