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Jolaade Oladimeji’s 11 Ghanaian PHOTOGRAPHERS you need to follow in 2020

Taking an image, freezing a moment, reveals how rich reality truly is. These photographers are leading the way, using their images to shape perspectives and capture some of the favorite moments in our world. From documentary photographers, fashion photographers capturing couture pieces to the photojournalists at the forefront of the news, here are Eleven (11) of Ghanaian photographers you need to follow…

Steve Ababio (Pro Lightwriter) is a Ghanaian Travel and adventure photographer

Emmanuel Bobbie (Bob Pixel) is a commercial documentary photographer 

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Road trip day 1

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Gilbert Asante: Ghana based Award winning Fashion & Commercial Photographer 

Twinsdntbeg (Emmanuel & Samuel): International Photographers/ blogger 

Ben Bond: A Ghanaian based photographer who specializes in Portrait, Fashion and Commercial photography 

Nana Kofi Acquah: Ghanaian based Documentary photographer and a Photojournalist 

Joseph Amoateng (Phloshop) is a beauty, fashion commercial photographer based in Accra, Ghana 

Prince Gyasi is a 25 year old visual artist and photographer that tells his story through the lens of an iPhone 

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Worked with the support of @apple . Commissioned by @apple .“As a creative, it’s important for me to have the freedom to tell the truth through my art. I was happy to shoot my series, ‘A Great Day in Accra,’ here in Independence Square, where Martin Luther King Jr. watched Kwame Nkrumah declare Ghana’s 🇬🇭 freedom back in 1957. By reuniting and photographing both old and new hiplife artists, I’m letting the rest of the world know about the genre’s impact in Ghana and beyond. People need to hear about the culture, the source of our rhythm, our music, what influences our arts. It’s our history from our perspective. I want to make sure the new generation doesn’t lose their identity or forget about the pioneers who paved the way for them to lift their own voices.” #MLKDay #ShotoniPhone featuring @g_7596 @reggierockstone711 @okyeamekwame @rab_bakari @abrewa99 @dahammergh @iambeatmenace @gurunkz @1realjoeyb @elrepgh @djbreezygh @stargogh @kiraniayat @pureakan @kiddblackrapgod @ansahlive @imani_n.a.d @toyboi1 @kwesiarthur_ @shadowxwayne . Check out the full story, link in my bio Check out our HipLife playlist on Apple Music : Apple.co/hiplife #history #hiplife #music #apple #applemusic #Ghana #africa #art #rap

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Dennis Akuoku-Frimpong is a travel documentary photographer examining the ceaseless possibilities of the photographic medium and documenting spaces he finds himself through image making 

Paa Kwesi (Focus n Blur) is an award winning wedding and events photographer 

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Groom and his men showing their highest form of respect to their elders. DID YOU KNOW … ÌKÍNI (GREETINGS) Yorùbá people appreciate traditional greetings, although most of them will offer you to shake hands, what shows their respect towards the customs of òyìnbó. Kneeling down (women) or prostrating (men) is considered the basic form of greeting. For people educated in the West this “lowering of yourself” gesture is kind of rare and feels very strange at the beginning. After a few times it gets normal and the modern, shortened versions make it very easy to follow the Yorùbá etiquette everywhere. Nevertheless, if you really want to show your deep respect to someone, you certainly have to get down on the floor. [reference – https://www.orishaimage.com/blog/yoruba-gestures] ⚔️Daisy ❤️ Junior ⚔️ 📸 @focusnblur #traditionalweddingfnb#itsshowtimefnb 🤙🏿vibe with me🤙🏿 #positivevibeonly ⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️ Photo- @focusnblur Video- @blayzpictures_ Planing and decor – @whitechalktheplanner Food- @foodbankgh ⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️ #radiancebride #idoghana #ghanaweddingvendors #ghanaweddings #weddinginspiration #idoghana #ghanaphotography #ghana #occasionsgallery #editorial #bridalinspiration #weloveghanaweddings #bridaldiaryy #bellanaijaweddings

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DextDee Photography is a self-taught Photographer and Retoucher based in Ghana 

Credit: Jolaade Oladimeji – Senior Editor at Ytainment News


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