Studio Photography – 3rd Quarter of 2020 (Part 2)

We want to bring you a few of our creative studio photography works at PhotoNimi in the course of the 3rd quarter of the year 2020. Photography works on birthdays, products, documentaries, portraitures, etc. [gallery type="rectangular" link="none" size="medium" ids="3806,3807,3808,3809,3810,3811,3812,3813,3814,3815,3816,3817,3818,3819,3820,3821,3822,3823,3824,3825,3826,3827" orderby="rand"]
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Photography of Igbere Culture in Abia State

[embed]https://youtu.be/G6l2hLbcqBw[/embed] IGBERE TRADITIONAL WAY OF MARRIAGE In igbere culture and tradition, as it was, it is the parent that decides who their children gets married to, not the opposite that is prevalent today. I am boldly to mention here that marriage is very simple in igbere. Marriage is usually used to strengthen family-friend’s tie, business relationships, etc. It is important to say here that every igbere man or woman under normal circumstance should marry from igbere and within igbere communities. But in the case where an igbere man or woman decided to marry ou...
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Pushed during Lockdown to discover New Space of Relevance – PhotoNimi

On May 11, 2020, I was the guest of "Engage with Seun Kilanko" on Instalive during Lockdown as a result of Covid-19. He asked me "how does one reposition his company after this Pandemic?". I answered with a question: "how do you ensure your company survives this Pandemic, and Not die with Covid-19?". It is the company that survives the Pandemic that can be repositioned afterwards. I guessed he was pleased with my answer because No further question but appreciation of my Time and contribution on his platform. Later that evening, certain thoughts crossed my mind: "how do I ensure...
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Photography of Esan Tribe

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLoeu8d-pIg[/embed] The Esan people (Esan: Ẹ̀bhò Ẹ̀sán) are an ethnic group of south-south Nigeria who speak the Esan language an Edoid language related to Edo, Urhobo, Owan language, Isoko, and Etsako. It is considered a regionally important language in Nigeria, and it is taught in primary schools in addition to being broadcast on radio and television. The Esan People are traditionally Farmers and hunters. They cultivate palm trees, Irvingia gabonensis (erhonhiele), Cherry (Otien), bell pepper (akoh) coconut, kola nut, black pear, avocado pear, yam...
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