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photoblog image Nigerian Wedding D.J based in London

Nigerian Wedding D.J based in London

 

If you are looking for a good Wedding D.j that can play a mix of different African Music contact D.j Deoba on 07932 961 658

This is one of my Best friends he's a D.J, he was bugging me to take a photograph of him so I did and this is the result....


Photo Edting: Hue Saturation & curves adjustment


you can check out his website at  www.deobaauthentic.com

 

Nigerian Wedding D.J based in London

 

If you are looking for a good Wedding D.j that can play a mix of different African Music contact D.j Deoba on 07932 961 658

This is one of my Best friends he's a D.J, he was bugging me to take a photograph of him so I did and this is the result....


Photo Edting: Hue Saturation & curves adjustment


you can check out his website at  www.deobaauthentic.com

 

comments (11)

Very well done, I like the composition and the colortones : Thumbs up !!
  • José-Angel
  • Sant Feliu de Llobregat (Barcelona)
  • 4 Mar 2007, 01:41
Foto interesante para la cubierta de su disco. Deoba es gran artista… Recomiendo “ere oge”
  • Abi
  • United Kingdom
  • 4 Mar 2007, 05:10
A Free intellectual advice seminar for Photographers in U.K
www.own-it.org/ (go to the website to register if you want to come).

SEMINAR TITLED
Private Lives: Photographing People
Date: Monday 12 March 2007
Time: 5.30-7.30pm (drinks and networking from 7.30-8.15pm)

Location:
Crisis Skylight Café
64 Commercial Street
London
E1 6LT

Street and documentary photography relies on capturing images of people in candid situations in public places, but it’s advisable to get your subject’s permission, particularly if your aim is to reproduce these images for exhibitions, film or other creative avenues. Other than using model release forms, what are the steps you should take to avoid infringement of privacy rights or data protection, whether you’re photographing an ‘anonymous’ subject or a high profile politician or celebrity.
A Free intellectual advice seminar for Photographers in U.K
www.own-it.org/ (go to the website to register if you want to come).

SEMINAR TITLED
Private Lives: Photographing People
Date: Monday 12 March 2007
Time: 5.30-7.30pm (drinks and networking from 7.30-8.15pm)

Location:
Crisis Skylight Café
64 Commercial Street
London
E1 6LT

Street and documentary photography relies on capturing images of people in candid situations in public places, but it’s advisable to get your subject’s permission, particularly if your aim is to reproduce these images for exhibitions, film or other creative avenues. Other than using model release forms, what are the steps you should take to avoid infringement of privacy rights or data protection, whether you’re photographing an ‘anonymous’ subject or a high profile politician or celebrity.
excellent...background is amazing as well...
Photography by Abi: thanks
  • Neil Tandy
  • Johannesburg, South Africa.
  • 4 Mar 2007, 08:17
Good morning Abi. The photo first, excellent mate, I am sure that your friend is very pleased that he kept bugging you. Great background and a suitably arrogant pose as befits his profession.
Secondly, gee I wish I was in the UK for that seminar, that is obviously one that really would have a bearing on my own photography, although of course, the law here would most likely be somewhat different. Would it be at all possible for you to email me some of the more salient points at some stage, it wiil make very interesting reading, I'm sure. Anyhow, I hope you have a super Sunday. Kindest regards, Neil.
Photography by Abi: thanks for the comment and by the way today is your luck day...heehee...lol.

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Excellent choice of location, Abi! I like how he is staring into all that yellow empty space on the right. I'd say he owes you at least a week's worth of beers!
Photography by Abi: thanks
  • Ellie
  • New Forest, Hampshire, England
  • 4 Mar 2007, 16:24
Good portrait Abi, I can't imagine him being anything less than delighted with it.
Photography by Abi: yes he absolutely adores it....the joker
  • Suby
  • Milton Keynes, UK
  • 4 Mar 2007, 23:05
Sweet very clean shot.

Suby
  • Mia
  • US of A
  • 5 Mar 2007, 14:48
Everything comes together in the shot. The striking contrast and the composition. Surprisingly, the background isn't bright, as it might appear when the colour yellow is chosen.
Great picture! Very well composed and I love the colours.
  • Ngozi
  • 24 Mar 2007, 03:32
He looks like he was ready men! lol Been ready!
Again, again - you're on point with the saturation. I'm seriously loving the yellow bg & the comp. - like that's he's way off center. Makes for an even interesting shot and gives you room to follow his eyes.
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