Feliciting with Feyishayo

So I decided to give one of my colleagues a portrait session. Since we had been busy organizing a photography conference that gave me little time behind the lens, I decided it was time for some practice.

Feyisayo had been one of the key core members of the NiPHEC team that made the conference a success. She was responsible for the keeping in touch with facilitators and speakers of the conference. Her customer service skills gave me more reasons to sit back, fold my hands and watch everything work out well. She handled her tasks so well that I don’t think I would have done a better job.

She started her internship program at eloPhotos about 6 months ago and has developed herself to the level of being on the photographers I’ll miss when she starts fully on her on. Oh, wait a minute, her internship program ended few hours ago. With a 1800-seconds photoshoot, a 180-seconds prayer/blessing, a 7-seconds hug and $2.50 gift (“You Can Negotiate Anything” by Herb Cohen), I sent forth our latest eloPhotos Academy Graduate. Thank God our paths crossed.

The following is a summary of the session I had with her. Equipment used: Olympus E3 with 50-200mm lens, 1 Bowens 500 light source with an 8-sided 72-inch diffuser.

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  1. planetblack29 · June 12, 2013

    whish i could also have a nice portrait shoot like this what a lovely and nice pictures


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  3. smoothands · June 13, 2013

    Laffs. oga i’m honoured you appreciate my input during niphec. Nice piece


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