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Composition – Lines in Photography

There are different types of line in photography used in composition of a photograph.

These are:

Horizontal lines: can be used as a dividing point in an image and/or show a sense of stability

Vertical lines: can emphasize height, power or strength

Diagonal lines: can invoke depth or direct attention of the viewer to a certain subject.

Converging lines: can invoke distance or point of interest.

Our experiment this week was converging lines and our subject abandoned railway see how we did.

Enjoy:

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we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

 

 

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MAYA Gardens Sagana

We got to go on a package by Maya Gardens Sagana, an awesome hangout joint.

This time they were heading for Mwea National Reserve.

Enjoy the visual trip.

After the trip we head back to Maya Gardens and ended the day with an awesome sunset view.

Contact us for more info on Maya Gardens packages and accommodations.

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 Twelve – Ceremony

We enjoy meeting new people and celebrating with them in positive endeavors.

This time we were invited to a graduation ceremony and we did our best to capture the proceedings.

We start right from the visitors entrance.

Enjoy:

A few light moments before it all began.

The ceremony started with a mass service.

The homestead was blessed with holy water.

The family.

People all around celebrating with the graduate in greetings, song and dance.

The face of the event.

Happy people and finally the cake of success.

Congratulations Kelvin and we wish you success and greatness in future.

For event coverage and/or project photography contact us via email or through the comments bar.

we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

Week Ten 2017 – Nature Shoot One

We have a new weekly package for nature shoots as a group.

The main idea is walking through nature and take pictures as one.Our first one here was at Mathioya river banks in Muranga.

We started with the guys an one with the green.

Then the ladies.

We went next to the river.

Finally finished at the railway.

Editor’s favourite:

More of such nature shoots to come contact us for bookings and inquires.

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.

Week Six 2017 – Murang’a County Initiative

We were invited to the 6th Annual Education Excellence Award Scheme on 24th Feb 2017, it provides scholarships to needy and brilliant students from Murang’a County.

The scheme is regarded as a way of giving a helping hand to the disadvantaged children in the county and to hopefully pull the mass of youth from desperation, destitution and sense of helplessness as quoted by MCI chairman Mr. Peter Munga, CBS.

A march from the MCI headquarters Mugama Building 2nd floor Murang’a Town.

The chief guest during the ceremony was the First Lady of the Republic of Kenya H.E. Margaret Kenyatta.

The ceremony was packed with student from different schools.

Speeches:

Mr. Peter Munga, CBS Chairman MCI
H.E. The First Lady of the Republic of Kenya, Margaret Kenyatta
Chairman’s Award to Ihumbu Primary.

Jane Kiano offers 1st Lady a gift.
Mumbi girls pose for a picture with the 1st Lady

Truly giving back to the community.

we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

Week 5 – Fashion Shoot

Our client was @jiji_collection needed some images of her design work and we were elated with the opportunity to create these images.

We started out with a selfie for fun/fan’s sake.

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Straight into the light.

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We found a spot that had good shade under a tree.

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Some awesome male tshirts.

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A dress with an interesting back design.

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Change of clothes change of models.

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We sighted a bridge.

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Location change.

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We head back to the bridge.

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It is here we found the

editors favourite:

all models in one shot.

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contact us for shoot bookings, comments and/or enquires.

we don’t take pictures, we capture moments.

WEEK One 2017 – Sunset

Happy new year good people.

We started this year with a short trip to lake naivasha and the sun was showing off for our lenses, we took pictures of her going down.

See how we did, enjoy..

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This here stock was trying to hug a tree we caught him in the act.

Got distracted for a moment now for the sunset.

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She was hiding behind the trees, shy much!

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Some fishermen were also on the scene.

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Golden hour.

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She went behind the leaves we still followed her.

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Perfect star capture.

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Evident blue sky verses the orange sun.

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She started going down.

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Fishermen at work.

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We shall see you again sun.

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Thank you for the read.

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