Sunday 21st April 2019

Tag: Photography

Spotlight on Kibera
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Spotlight on Kibera

“Kibera’s artists show there is more to their home than what is supposed to form the “slum menu: poverty, poor education, violence… Kibera is also about solidarity, strength, generosity, adaptability, beauty, perseverance, and a lot of laughing. Sanaa ni kioo cha jamii Art is the reflection of the community People use crafts, poetry, music, painting,…

Kenyans on instagram
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Kenyans on instagram

Kenyans on instagram With over 25,000 followers and over 250k images tagged, #igKenya is the Instagrammers community in Kenya, promoting Kenya, events of note and instagrammers to follow. In this issue’s focus on Kenya, we would be remiss not to cover the Instagrammers community in Kenya!                   To…

Ghana Photography
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Ghana Photography

With a formidable and engaged Instagram following of 88K, GH Photography is the preeminent leading light for photographers on the Continent. In celebration of Ghana’s 60th independence anniversary (In 1957 Ghana became the first African country to gain independence) and in recognition of the lead they have taken in crafting photography, this publication showcases some…

Ahmad El Abi and his Yellow Rubber Duckie project
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Ahmad El Abi and his Yellow Rubber Duckie project

When Ahmed El Abi emerged onto what we now refer to as the Instascene, he did so with an army of yellow rubber duckies at his back, which soon became an intrinsically bound element of his online persona, rapidly launching him into the online stratosphere as one of this generation’s newly coined “Instagram influencers.” In…

5 photo tips you should try
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5 photo tips you should try

Joe Were, a prolific photographer based in Nairobi Kenya, recently penned a blog offering 5 very interesting photo tips that will turn your photos from every day snapshots to epic masterpieces… The 5 concepts shared can apply to any kind of photography one would like to do. All the images taken (see below) were taken under…