Two budding photographers, Fifo Adebakin and Wycliffe Alabi have unveiled a creative concept tagged Street Fashion.
According to the team's Creative Director, Adeyemo Segun, the concept was conceived to reveal a more flexible and relaxing side of photography.
"It all started on a Thursday afternoon... It was just the perfect time to have a shoot! The shoot started at Eric Moore in Surulere, Lagos with a classic relaxing shot by Fifo and Wycliffe. It was a real one!"
He added that the model's composure gave the photographers enough inspiration to proceed and even expand.
"The model was so relaxed in front of the camera, which gave the photographers the spark to shoot more! Later on, we decided to move it to the street which even gave the pictures that edgy look. Cars were few, people stared at us yet it was so much fun that we lost track of time."
Fashion, in Segun's words, has gone beyond studios or runways. Now it has moved to the streets, because I would say fashion is our everyday life. We see it wherever we go. That's what prompted us to move it to the streets. The photographers were terrific and so was the Model. It was a perfect blend of work and fun all the way."
This maiden session was themed 'The Fashion Bloke.'
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