5 Days In THE DARKROOM


The beginning of a new week marks the beginning of a new experience at Elophotos academy. We started off with the Monday morning devotion and soon afterwards we started off a chat on the experiences of interns at the academy.

At Mr Seun Akisanmi’s arrival, our lecture started. The room Obscura was the topic for the day, the modern day darkroom. We all marched to the darkroom [editing room] where would eventually be our learning venue for the rest of the week.

I learnt a lot about the techniques of editing pictures; we were all guided to the use of digital software programs to enhance and improve the quality and story of a picture.

By the next day we were all served the introduction to advanced techniques of editing. The most informative moments for me was the realization of how these great pictures I find on the internet were produced. The classes opened my eyes to understanding how images are created and edited to tell a specific story and address an audience.

A particular morning I can not seem to forget was on Wednesday. The rain started on my way to the Academy, I prayed within my heart that the rain would stop before I alight at the last bus stop. By the time I got to the bus stop, the rain had doubled in power.

Then I remembered what Mr Seun once told us that no one would give any excuse if asked to come for his visa to America at 6am. I pushed my way through the rain just for me to discover a long queue at the next bus stop also. Ultimately, I got to the Academy in time before 8am but soaked and wet.

The last day in the week for us all was a practice day. We started a photography session within ourselves to test what we have learnt over the past few days. Like what I learnt from one my mentors; “If you want to get better with your photographs, keep shooting, shoot, shoot and shoot.” I discovered that each click on the shutter button has to be with a purpose and also keeping in mind that the camera has a shutter life cycle. So, I decided right from then on that every click on the camera for me would be for a purpose, to tell a story or address my audience.

My name is Olayiwola Olaide and my 6 months training at eloPhotos has begun.
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Plan to take a photography course at eloPhotos Academy. Visit eloPhotos Academy for a detailed list of options of classes to take. It will be the best investment you’ll make in your journey to photography greatness

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