Photography

35mm Portraits

Greg Lomas shares with us his 35mm Portraits taken of random people during his travels around Africa. These are real people, with no make ups or touch ups. I love how real this portrait project is – showing people for …

Dance Kenya

Diego Arroyo is a photographer who travels the world in search of stories. Whether these stories are shouting from rooftops or whispered between friends, he captures them equally beautiful. Here, I’m fascinated by the images he has taken of dancers …

Solange in Rwanda

Early in the year, Solange Knowles posted pictures of her trip to Rwanda in December of 2011. The public generally had a positive reaction to it, probably because Rwanda is not a likely place for a holiday with your son …

Wagner’s The Passion Project

One of the blogs I followed when I first joined Tumblr was Abstract Elements. The blog is run by a talented photographer Andre Wagner and he impressed me at first sight. It’s so immediately obvious that he loves what …

No Vogue Africa

Cameroonian photographer, Mario Epanya, works as a make up artist and a beauty photographer in Paris. He is no doubt talented and is known for his focus on fashion stories. But I should think he is best known for …

Dream Idoto

Dutch photographer, Aernout Overbeeke, has totally impressed me with the images he captured for his book Tanzania Dream IDOTO. The images depict Tanzanian tribes in their element. I love how the Black and White photographs are so alive.…

The Amazones

Thierry Le Goues is an amazing photographer! This collection, aptly called the Amazones, features Black models with notably ebony-smooth skin. The images depict the models as strong beautiful women in a harsh (but beautiful) environment. Check it out below.…

Africa From Above

For a while now, I have been looking for pictures showing African countries. I haven’t found any that have impressed me, until I stumbled on this Flickr group via African Digital Art. The group is focused on pictures that show …

Life In Morocco

The talented photographer, Emanuele Nardoni), captures the daily life of Moroccans. These images of people just living their lives give you a peak into the real Morocco, and its real people. Pictures speak louder than words here:  Via Creative …

For the Love of Africa

I really like it when I see people who have the same mission as I do – showing that there is more to see in Africa than the conventional images shown in the media. Africa is a land full of …