I am a photographer. I mean, I too am a photographer. Albeit a budding one. I surely cannot rank myself like the famous Kenyan greats like @truthslinger, @AmungaTheGreat or even James Quest. But I’m trying. I really am. So I’m doing this post for the love of photo-machines.
And I love my work. Well, most of it anyway. My weapon of choice is a Nikon D60 which serves me very well. That and a flash (SB-600) which can ‘throw’ light very far. It really does well. My work has never been published though; except on Facebook and sometimes on Twitter. You know what I would really love though, to get onto a platform like the Capetown Jazz Festival. That’s right! Have a great audience.
The CapeTown Jazz Festival happens on the 30th and the 31st of March of 2012. It is a festival like no other in Africa and plans to showcase some really great talent in the Arts. A must attend for all the Artsy people too.
The biggest interest for me though would be the Photography display at the festival.
They call it The Duotone Photographic Exhibition. Read more »
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