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BANTU 2.1 By Jenyo Oluwajenyo

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“I photograhed Michelle using 2 light setup an octabox as the main light. I removed the diffuser so as to create an hard light for a more dimensional face. My second light was used as a fill light I used a parabolic umbrella to create soft light so as fill in the shadows

As fashion photographer I created BANTU.2.1 from the love I have for Africa culture. I went with popular Africa hairstyle called Bantu knots, and styled the model with an ankara fabric made into a suit

We just explored Africa in 21st century fashion”


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Mua: Meedaz Touch
Hair: Novel Hair
Muse: Michelle
Photography and styling: Jenyo Oluwajenyo Photography

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