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World Oral Health Day

World Oral Health Day is observed annually on 20 March, and launches a year-long campaign dedicated to raising global awareness of the issues around oral health and the importance of oral hygiene so that governments, health associations and the general public can work together to achieve healthier mouths and happier lives. Of the world’s population, 90% will suffer from oral diseases in their lifetime, many avoidable. source [wikipedia]

We had an opportunity to learn about oral health on this day with Technology Primary School, Muranga.

A team from Unilever kenya.

See how it went.

It began with some teaching.

Some washing.

More oral care gifts.

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Today we feature our foodie client.

If its anything about food they know how to do it Sally’s kitchen.

See how they did their setup not forgetting the awesome cake.

Enjoy:

The setup.

And now the cakes.

Editor’s favourite:

sally’s kitchen on facebook via http://bit.ly/nwkssallyFB

sally’s website via http://bit.ly/nwkssallyWEB

 

we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

 

Advert Photography

Advertising is one key aspect of business growth strategy.

Our clients understand this, the better the visual aspect of your goods or services the more business can grow.We produce the best quality images using our customer’s guideline.

Rubi Events Ke is a well known events planning and organization company in Nairobi Kenya and we had the pleasure of covering one of their deco expertise at work see how we did.

The theme was spiderman.

Wide angle shot.

Adults’ seating.

The catering.

Movie area.

For info on Rubi Events find them on facebook via link www.bit.ly/nwksRUBI

Would you like High Definition images to advertise and expand your business? contact us we deliver.

we don’t take picture, we capture moments.

Black and White Photography

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This type of photography is also known as monochrome photography.

Monochrome photography is photography where each position on an image can record and show a different amount of light, but not a different hue. It includes all forms of black-and-white photography, which produce images containing tones of neutral grey ranging from black to white. Other hues besides grey, such as sepia, cyan or brown can also be used in monochrome photography. In the contemporary world, monochrome photography is mostly used for artistic purposes and certain technical imaging applications, rather than for visually accurate reproduction of scenes. source:wikpedia

It is a pretty complex type of photography since one aspect has been omitted, colour.

We gave it a try see how we did.

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Texture is used for detail of the photography.

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Some creativity on different subjects.

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All images are available for large print.

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Blur Photography

We have been working on the blur project for awhile now.

The concept is creating images that are intentionally out of focus, to use as backgrounds for graphical verbose messages one may want to portray and here are some of what we have done.

Enjoy:

They are all nature images, here are some of the clear ones.

Here is how to use our blur images below.

Contact us for more on this and/or any photography project, we listen, we deliver.

we don’t take picture, we capture moments.

Action Photography

This week our photography skills were put to the test.

A football match coverage and a 75 – 300mm lens this is how we did.

The match was Mseal vs Ithanga.

Airborne.

Some dribbling.

The officials.

Some interesting shots.

The teams.

Final score:

Sunday 7th January 2018

          Mseal                      4   –   0                           Ithanga

Josphat Gitata

Peterson Njiru

Daniel Kamanja

Francis Mwangi

Mseal President : Robert Wanyoike Team manager: Richard Waguta 
Coaches: David Mahira, Robert Karori, Bryan Murimi.
Ithanga Coach: Henry Mwangangi Team managers: David Matheka, Bernard Mugi.

 

we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

Week Sixteen 2017 – On the Road

Kenya has very many beautiful sites and as we travel we also carry our equipments to capture some of these sites.

In this scenario we were on a moving vehicle and for clear images we had to use very high shutter speed to negate motion blur.

See how we did enjoy:

Looking far into the abyss.

Curved and hilly road.

Going wide.

A day of travel is never finished without a sunset.

we don’t take picture, we capture moments.

 

Week Thirteen 2017 – Light Painting

We have done light painting twice in 2015 here and here and also second week of 2016 here

Basically this is a technique that involves lowering the shutter speed of your camera to a point it can record light. In our setup the light we want to record is a small LED light that we move around.

shutter speed 30 sec Aperture 5.6 ISO 100

We started by trying to create patterns.

Then we started having some fun.

A few test first.

different strength LED torch.

Happy with the results.

Requirements:

  • DSLR camera with long exposure capability
  • Tripod
  • Trigger
  • LED light or very small torch

Place camera on tripod, set up area of focus and lock focus by disabling auto focus on lens.

Set trigger mechanism and in front of the camera use LED light to draw while shutter is open.

We advocate a lot of trial and error in this experiment.

we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

Week Seven 2017 – Long Exposure

“If learning is an act of exploration, then technology equips the explorer for the journey of a lifetime.” ~ Anonymous

Long exposure is a camera technique where you leave the shutter open for longer than a normal photograph making the camera record more light and below are some of the results.

Please note for good long exposure shots a tripod is mandatory.

Enjoy.

Some cars dropping down hill, the red streaks are brake lights.

Head lights.

Here we slowed down the shutter speed to record more vehicle light activity.

A change in location and timing gave us different results.

Street light showing off there lighting skills.

Editors favourite:

Monochrome.

Location: Mugoiri road | Muranga

Time: 21:00hrs

Whatever you do don’t stop learning.

we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

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