On Rubbin’ Minds this week, we will tackle the topic ‘Photoshop’.
Photoshop intends to take an indepth look at the growth of photography as an economically viable career/business in Nigeria.
Photographers like Kelechi Amadi Obi, Ade Plumptre, Isaac Emokpae, Body Lawwson and a few others are regarded as veterans and masters of the art of photography. There are also a number of young talented photographers like Obi Somto who are making waves in the industry. In light of these, can we authoritatively claim that the photography industry has grown in quality in comparison to what is obtainable in countries like the UK, US and others?
For today’s young talent, is there a future in photography? In other words, as a photographer can I grow to become an entrepreneur?
To talk about the current state of photography in Nigeria, Guests include; Kelechi Amadi Obi, Ade Plumptre, Isaac Emokpae and Body Lawson. In the second segment, we will be taking a look at the future of photography in Nigeria from the eyes of young photographers themselves.
Guests for this segment are students of The Future Enterprise Support Scheme[TFESS] which recently concluded its photography trainings.
Oladipo Sani, Yagazie Madu and Seun Oyeleke who emerged best students and are interning with reputable studios will discuss their aspirations for a career in photography and what it has taken them to get this far.
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