PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY: MY VOYAGE SO FAR…

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Sweetheart. Honey Bunny. Sweet Chocolate Candy. Welcome back to my blog. Hold on a tiny bit, let me just wipe off the dust from three weeks of Naija’s heavy rain. Lol

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So, let’s hurry to today’s post. If you’re following me on Instagram (PAUSE! Follow me HERE if you’re not following me already, thanks darling), you’d see a bit of the my voyage into professional photography. I termed it ‘Photo-Chronicles with Tosin’.

 

I’ve always had a flair for photography; before I get a new phone, I make sure to first of all, read up its camera qualities on Google. So, when my friend and lover, Tonye Igbani (remember her from my post on the CAG bloggers forum?) who blogs HERE, put up a post about her photography scholarship in conjuction with Gabriel Olude of @365dstudios, I grabbed the opportunity with open teeth, legs and arms.

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Tonye Igbani-the glowing lady in white

Prior to this scholarship, I already had a three days training from The Harvesters Skill Acquisition Programme.

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Mr Gabriel Olude and Olamide, another intern

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I had facilitators such as Ibukun Williams, Yemi Bakare and other great photographers in various niches.

Walking into the 365dstudios, everybody present could testify that I was over elated to get started. I was nicknamed ‘the intern with the smiling face’ at a point. After taking me through the basics of ISO, Aperture, Shutter speed and focal length, I got started to shooting nature and other interns present.

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one of our clients at the studio, channeling her modelling side

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On subsequent days, I had product shoots, portraits, silhouette shoots, low light photography, outdoor shoots and alot of amazing stuff I can’t pen down in one post.

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I also had to play as a model because my instructor stressed the importance to know how it feels to be at the other side of the camera. It was during one of my modelling sprees that I unleashed ‘my inner sexiness’ and that name stuck. Everybody at the studio calls me ‘Inner Sexiness’ now lol. it also gave me an opportunity to meet amazing people who mean a lot to me right now like

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Damie Alabi

Damie Alabi who blogs too —>damiesdiary

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I think I might do well as a model, don’t you think?

 

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By the way, I don’t mind modelling for any product. Asides nudity of course 😉

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This is me sharing a few of my favourites from the shoot. Let me know which is your favourite picture. Your comments are like Shawarma to me. Wrap me up in that shawarma goodness, please. Thanks .

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Till my next post,

Always reflect God’s perfection xx.

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3 Comments
  • James Becks Robert

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    My favorite picture is ‘The inner sexiness.’
    I have a thing for silhouette. My knees grow weak whenever I see one.

    • Moyosoreoluwa

      Awwwwn thanks James. Please stop by often and don’t forget to share. Xx

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