Apart from the fascination and passion that I’ve professed for photography for more than six years now, its four months since I turned my attention to becoming a pro photographer. Over the first three months, I out rightly turned down offers to shoot people’s events especially weddings and giveaways. At the beginning of March, a cousin approached me to take care of the photography at his wedding due Easter weekend in Bunyaruguru, the hilly district in the west. My response was at first apprehensive but I finally made up my mind that the time had finally come to be confident about my ability with the camera. In any case. the wedding was in a months’ time and I would have enough time to prepare. Take a look at some of the shots from my first official photography job, a fete that I am so proud of.
Emmy and Sarah; a love from the hills
Setting the scene; the groom was too nervous to knot his own tie.
Applying what I’ve been practicing all along; selective focus, on the tape
Keeping it African
The slight drizzle didn’t stop the co-MC
In Africa we dance
A big thank you to Emmy and Sarah for putting their trust in me, I’ve been oozing confidence since that day.