So I attended this month’s Wamathai Poetry gig although I got in a bit late. Enjoyed myself quite a bit.
The performances were quite nice.
Herein are the pics I managed to get. Again I went with Black and white with a bit of a grainy feel on some pics. Tell me what you think in the comment section below.
In other news, this is what Kenya Paraffin Lamps and Candles reduced me to most of the weekend.
Now Playing: Lilian of Blu3 – Kawa ft P Unit, Navio and AY
The song is kinda old but I’m feeling it all the same.
On Saturday, a group of friends decided to go to Maasai Lodge to have a bit of fun.
It was actually supposed to be a shoot but we had no theme or clue whatsoever of what we wanted so we just flowed with it. Documented here-in are the results.
Today there is no gallery, just the slide-show. I’ll explain later.
My favorite form of shooting (black and white) is back in play.
There will be two more posts from this shoot.
Keep it here.
Ma3 – Siku Moja.
Grab the album on Pewahewa.com ( http://www.pewahewa.com/index.php?option=com_cart&view=products_page&cat_id=698 ).
I love music and I love photography. I thank God that I’m able to combine the two things that I love.
That statement explains why I do a lot of concert photography.
When I was thinking of a theme for this shoot/post, I came across a Jazz album cover in black and white and seeing that this is my favourite style currently, it really intrigued me. Therefore I decided to go with that as a theme.
Check it out and please give me your feedback. It is always appreciated.
Click on the first image in the gallery and view all the pictures.
P.s: I met @jayawinjaya yesterday. Kuwa starstruck nayo? Hehehehe
Now Playing: Wanjiru – Patricia Kihoro & Kevin Mbugua