A Kinyozi For A Studio

Epic
Siloma

Siloma

Happy soul ultra pro max!

Location: HQ Kinyozi Narok

Gadget(s): Nikon D3300

Accessories: Godox Softbox Grid, Yongnuo 560 III, Yongnuo 560 IV – Do I also need to mention the light stands? ?

Now, I have got no story for these photos. This was not a scheduled shoot. The rains stopped us from heading for that magnificent sunset shoot and we decided to modify our own studio using the Kinyozi’s chair and the kakitambaa that they usually wrap us, the one that looks like baby shoo ? (If you don’t know what baby shoo is stop reading this post right here it is PG 18+)

Rains. Yeah, you see us on the news and only my mum calls to ask if am okay. To my friends, it is usually a by the way when we are parting, “Na BTW niliona huko kwenu kukiflood, mko poa lakini?” And my brain goes like, “Am I married? And why does he say ‘mko?’ Am I them? Is them me. Is me them?” Anyway, let me stop giving stories. The only thing flooding in Narok is beauties ? and don’t start asking is we them.

As usual I start with disclaimers:

Now, God always gives me friends who are nuts. These two form what we call the Nairegie Enkare Business Community. The left is Pastor Olonana from village in Narok called Eor Ekule and on the right lies (And we use the name lie because with such a body we cannot say stand) Bwana Tumbo a goat investor from a town we call Nairegie Enkare.

I hope you can see my grid from Bwana Tumbo’s stunners.

Disclaimer: Nairegie Enkare Business Community
Disclaimer: Nairegie Enkare Business Community

Now let me introduce to the guy who eats the Nairegie Enkare Business Community’s money. This guy on the left is called Sharobaro. He owns the Kinyozi and the models and he doesn’t smile. He doesn’t do upuus. ?

Sharobaro
Sharobaro

Preparing this shoot was just funny.

Me: (A day before) Sharobaro, umepata wale wasee?

Sharobaro: Mimi wasee wangu wako ngangari ni kuwaambia tu.

Me: (The following day at the Kinyozi) ? *Speechless* I wondered how he has people ready for a photoshoot like ASAP.

Then I knew that this guy is hatar bin matata, no wonder Olonana likes him. He gets him congregants so fast.

Now meet Dayo ?

Dayo
Dayo

Meet her smiling. Or should it be ‘See her smiling?’ Whaleva men!

Dayo Smiling
Dayo Smiling

Meet Wakaar ?

Wakaar
Wakaar

Now meet/see Wakaar smiling

Wakaar Smiling
Wakaar Smiling

Meet Elsie ☺

Dear Boy Child...
Dear Boy Child…

Oooh, you are lucky ?

Elsie
Elsie

Now Bwana Tumbo says there is a goat on the roof…

Where?
Where?

Dear goat, got me?

Wakaar
Wakaar

But Elsie keeps her cool. Seems this boy child had some very cool vibes.

Elsie Smiles
Elsie smiles

Kumbe the cash Sharobaro gets goes to music production.

Sharobaro The Artist
Sharobaro the artist

But truth be told this guy is an incredible rapper/spoken word artist

Spoken Word Artist
Spoken word artist

Now because the only person ladies listen to is the photographer, I ask them to stand up. I was surprised that these people are just naturals. (Someone explain the Nairegie Enkare Business Community the meaning of this)

Elsie
Elsie

And she follows suit

Wakaar Smiles
Wakaar smiles

But this guy refuses. Kawaida ya malapper ?

Mi Siamki
Mi siamki

She had to look all disappointed for him to stand up.

Dayo Holds Her Hair
Dayo holds her hair

But Wakaar would not stop laughing. Slay King manenos

Laugh
Laugh

Finally, the goat stood up and he got an amazing shot

Sharobaro Portrait
Sharobaro portrait

But copy-cats never miss in my posts. But have you ever seen a copy-cat for a pastor? Next time you come to Narok let this guy sing you the ‘Mbinguni kuna ndimu na shungwa song.’ You will laught to death.

Pastor Olonana
Pastor Olonana

In other news…

Spects
Spects

In more laughable news

Still Smiling?
Still smiling?

Now look at your feet

Sweet
Sweet

Now let’s go a hair game. This shot reminded me of a #M3M shoot we once did to create awareness on depression. I think I should do that article.

Sad Face
Sad face

And from my posts people think am dumb, like some photographer hired me to do funny articles for his blog. Now let me use some photography terms. Now you see, the back of the girl, sorry, ? the backside of the hair of the girl, is mounted some Yongnuo 560 IV speedlite where it provided the backlight blah! blah! blah! I know you are bored already. Let’s stick to being nuts.

Hair
Hair

And this becomes epic. It’s only because I don’t do professional retouching. I think am too busy or old. But will try some Frequency Separation on my future edits – Now like Pastor Olonana you have learnt something new.

Epic
Epic

Are you like seriously waiting for another photo? Don’t you have work to do? Okay basi, because I want you here next Saturday, let me give you a sneak peek of what you should expect.

Sneak Peek
Sneak Peek

I’m gone! Till we meet again!

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