Ifunanya Ojiaku: The Baby Friendly Photographer

Babies probably have no secrets for her. Over the years she has turned what used to be a free gift into passion and then, a business to the delight of happy parents that see their kids as never before. We were pleased to have a small chat with her.

Oladayo Odunaro: I Shoot What I Feel

 "An awesome subject, correct lighting, creative composition plus a whole lot of luck", Oladayo Odunaro, an eclectic Nigerian photographer tells us about his art, disclosing few secrets on how to make perfect shots. 

Olufemi Olabode: Beauty through Nude Photography

Even if it may still be considered as a taboo in Africa, Femi Olabode chose to indulge himself in nude and glamour photography, making them his prime area of focus. Ever since, he has been creating eye-catching images, mostly in black and white inviting us to (re) discover the beauty of the human body. We discussed with him.

How to Promote a Destination with Drone Imagery?

They are many on the African continent who have decided to use their art primarily as a tool for change. The young men we meet today use drone imagery to make people discover their home country from a completely different view angle. Over the months, their brand has become so trendy on Cameroon’s social media that it has been associated with some major events in the country like the victory tour of the newly crowned African champions of football in February 2017. Even if they are not the pioneers of drone photography in Cameroon, Junior Chavez, and Frank Mensah can be considered as those who lifted that type of photography to new highs. We had the pleasure to discuss with them.

Peter Ndung'u: "A Single Frame can Convey so Much"

If in his teenage days some of his peers chose to call him “Size10” because of his large shoe size, this moniker, he may well owe it today to his great talent. We discussed with this promising photographer who likes to think about his photography journey as a path he was meant to be on.

Daichi Yamamoto: Photography in a Mix of Cultures

He embraced the African culture in New York City and ever since, he has been interested in everything concerning the black continent. Now established in Dakar, Senegal, Daichi explores the passion for photography inherited from his Japanese father and shares his colorful style with the rest of the world. We discussed with him.

Emmanuel Arewa: Fashion and Photojournalism, Best of Both World

Davido, Runtown, Yemi Alade, 9ice, Omotola Jolade to name just a few of the celebrities he has lensed.  At 31, Emmanuel Arewa undoubtedly counts among the sure talents the Nigeria/Africa photography scene has to offer. AfroXel has the opportunity to discuss with him.

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