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BTS pictures of 100 Days in Rwanda

I just completed a short film documentary on the Rwandan genocide with the amazing South African broadcaster, Zamafuze Lumka Ngcobo (smiling face!). To say we had great fun during the 3-month low-budget project is an understatement. Researching the genocide against...

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How to Bring Our Children Back to School

It's no longer news that Nigeria has the highest figure of unschooled children globally. Except this raging tide is stemmed, the nation should jettison the idea of development in the coming decades as nations are developed by informed and educated minds. To compound...

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Meals to Die for: Bon Apetit

By Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin II Let me whet your appetite with the pictures of the following delicacies, which I photographed for a Lebanese and a Japanese restaurant. I'm not a keen food-lover but I love to take pictures of food, if it comes at a good price. Lol. Spending...

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How I Shot Boomsky Smoothies to Limelight

I get excited when I’m contacted to photograph the kind of job that you’re about to see. It’s a product photo-shoot for a smoothies company which has existed for 4 years. They were re-branding (their packaging, corporate identity) and expanding their market-share....

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How I got a $1m toothy smile

  I photographically document my kids every month from their 1st cry till their 1st birthday. Above are my favorite pictures taken when my daughter, Rike was 10 months old, and that of her little brother, Korede, taken 3 years later at the same age. I have this...

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Baby poses

You would agree with me that it's been quite a while. Yours truly has had a million tasks up his sleeve but I promise to make this more regular now. So help me God. Here are a few photographs of some babies I shot, sorry photographed- recently. It's such a rare...

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Lenses of Meaning: The Photography of Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin II

by Tunde Onikoyi. Click this link or read below: http://omojuwa.com/?p=13468 Recently, the work of a Nigerian photographer, Tunde Alabi- Hundeyin II got published on the cover page of TIME Magazine. It made it as one of the photographs selected from the over 31,000...

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See London through the Eye

The London Olympics may be over but attention on the city cannot be over so soon. The city boasts of countless monuments and landmarks, and perhaps the third most popular iconic landmark of London is the London Eye- after the Tower Bridge and the Big Ben (Houses of...

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Just on point

I photographed a memorable moment recently and I would like to share it here. While on a summer boat cruise on Thames River, I witnessed as the Tower Bridge, London was being lifted for a vessel to sail through. Interestingly, this bridge is one of the 936 UNESCO...

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Walk On Water

To step into higher grounds, you need to confront a height you’ve never confronted. Attainment of new levels requires a newer level of effort, input, determination, courage, strength and knowledge. You cannot assume to be moving forward when your gaze is fixed on your...

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Turn The Tables

Clutched in one hand, each parent hands over his boy to an Almajiri malami at a tender age of 4 or 5 for tutoring in Islamic education. This practice, which has existed for decades in northern Nigeria, has bred more destitutes than scholars. The hungry, helpless and...

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The 7 Ingredients for Success

                                                                                                       Olumo Rock True enduring success is not a product of chance or luck, but a planned, consistent and deliberate effort. Success is a choice – you become what you...

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Never Say Die 2

Have you ever traveled on a motorcycle over a long distance, like from Lagos to Ibadan or even more? Two weeks ago I did an aggregate of 7 1/2 hour journey on a bike, and I must confess, it was an extraordinary experience....

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Step Into Your Dreams

Sunset @Eleko Beach I chose to drop out of a MSc. programme sometime ago because I figured that the exercise was not adding any value to my life. My lecturers were so disorganised that they hardly attended classes and if they did, it was to sell their handouts, which...

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Welcome!

Warning: Reading this motivational blog will make you move mountains.

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Never say die

Every life accomplishment is an aggregate of many things: time, effort, experience, opportunity, courage and determination- all working together to produce an enviable future. Always remember that nothing comes easy, every cake is a product of heat. If life were that...

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