Enter Takyiwa. Always a pleasure to work with, she lent more energy to my creative zone. The catch of this part was that we had to move to a different part of campus after a little altercation with campus security. Where’s the fun without a little drama?
This morning as I hurried to leave home for work, Kofi my nephew was just about to take his morning bath. As my mother got the bath items ready, I decided to take a few photos of my little man’s morning ritual.
Aperture: f 1.8
Shutter speed: 1/80
Retouched using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
Muse: Abena Takyiwa Yeboah
MUA: Juanita Apaloo
Location: University of Ghana, Legon
Date: 18th February, 2017
Cats are interesting creatures. I made a few portraits of my ginger and white tom named Dzatapuss (“dzata” in the Ewe language means “lion” so he is literally called Lionpuss!) as he curled up in a ball in the early morning. The camera clicks roused him and he obliged to a few shots before sauntering away onto the rooftop.