I know these two humans from my Life Group - LG, for short. (LG is essentially a small band of people with whom you regularly meet to share life with - highlights, low points, the mundane bits... All of that. A second family, as it were.)
I mentioned during one of our LG meet-ups that I'm getting very deliberate and concerted with my photography - and immediately, Bobo pipes up: "By the way, SOMEONE owes me a photo shoot!" (I even wondered why the need for such violent language. So much violence, Bobo. Why, friend. Why.) "Sawa," said I. "Let's lock down a date." And so a date was set. With Kirigo gently persuaded to join in.
A vision in urban royalty, these two, wouldn't you say? And if you know them well enough, then you know they have the personalities to match.
By the way: I can't be the only one trying to figure out what they were talking about up here! Because this looks like a soul-filling serving of tea, and then some!
That aside, I think they're ready for a billboard of their own.
I've been diving into Lightroom a lot deeper than my first go at photography years ago, exploring all the magical treasures in that powerhouse app.
My current fun point? Tone Curve.
Created a "Safaricom edit" of the same photo. I like it.
All in all? Amazing time on this one...
...with a little bonus: The wonderful Ms. Wandia!
I want to turn this into a thing. A series. "Urban Queens."
What exactly would that look like? I have no idea. I want to take as many photos of women (and later, men) in the urban African context. Kenya first, then elsewhere.
That should be quite interesting.