I traveled to Nigeria about two weeks ago to visit family and visit tourist spots in the country. One of the sites that I visited was the Point of no return in Badagry, Nigeria: this is the area in which slaves were transported from Nigeria to unknown parts of the new world. It is also a very beautiful beach area, and I’m looking forward to new developments currently taking place to make this into a more historic and tourist friendly site. I took a few images with my Google Pixel while I was there. Please enjoy.
I took some pictures of my sister today on Halsey Street in Newark, NJ. We weren’t expecting to be so chilly. We couldn’t shoot for too long because of the weather. We plan to do the shoot again on another day with favorable weather. Let me know what you think. Have a great day!
I’m doing interior design photography for a client tomorrow, so I decided to rent a wide angle lens for the project: a 12-24 f4 lens from Nikon. I took it for a test drive outdoors and came up with these images. I’ll be posting my work for the interior design photography project later. Have a great weekend!
I’ve uploaded a slide of some of the pictures I took of the event for my clients and future clients to view. You can view the slide by clicking here. Thanks to KST Productions for their patronage. I look forward to working with you again.
I needed to test my new softbox using my speedlight and high speed sync flash photography, so I asked my nephew if he would be my test subject. He agreed, so we took a ride down to Flood hill in South Orange. I ended up not being able to use the softbox because it was very windy and I had no assistants to hold the stand to prevent it from tipping it over. I used the flash by either holding it in my hand or placing it on the ground. Here are some images from the shoot. Posing clients is my weakness, but I’ve been learning and practicing how to pose my clients to get more portrait gigs.