Photorials with YAB - Camera Setting

16th Nov, 2016 Photorials0 Comments

In this episode of “Photorials with YAB” I start to explain camera-settings. Understanding aperture and/or time priority is key in photography. To make it easy to understand for beginners I portrayed a Nigerian Aboki in his shop.

(Aboki is Hausa and means “Friend” but the expression is more often used when talking about a street side shop owner from the North).

Once you see the images the meaning and importance of different aperture…

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Photorials with YAB - Posing

19th Oct, 2016 Photorials0 Comments

In Nigeria we love our traditional outfits. But sometimes the voluminous cuts and heavy fabrics can make you look bulky. 

In this video I photographed our Model Funke in a traditional bridal wear with a big Gele on her head. I explain how to photograph a curvey model in traditional wear and still make her look slim.

Enjoy the video!

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Photorials with YAB

5th Oct, 2016 Photorials0 Comments

This is the second episode of Photorials with YAB.

It is still about the fantastic results window light can give you. But in this clip we have added a reflector. Just a simple and inexpensive equipment like a reflector can improve the quality of your lighting immensley.

Enjoy the tutorial.

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Photorials with YAB

16th Feb, 2016 Photorials0 Comments

I have been working in Lagos, Nigeria for a couple of years now. Though I studied advertising photography in Germany, my time in Nigeria has thought me a lot more. Especially when it comes to improvisation and overcoming challenges.As a photographer you never stop learning.

Now it is time to give back.

“Photorials with YAB” will be my way of sharing information, experiences and simple tick and tricks that can come…

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