Kandi v7 by *rekit
oh my bod!
Kelly Lee Dekay on Flickr.
Model: Kelly Lee Dekay
Make Up: Odd Dree MUA
Hair: Jae Brwn
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“I always get asked, ‘Where do you get your confidence?’ I think people are well meaning, but it’s pretty insulting. Because what it means to me is, ‘You, Mindy Kaling, have all the trappings of a very marginalized person. You’re not skinny, you’re not white, you’re a woman. Why on earth would you feel like you’re worth anything?’”
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Clarity is sexier than a muhfuh… #authenticityisalwayshealthier
San Francisco, CA.
I wanted to do a day in the life type of series for our engagement photos considering we don’t really frolick in the sand at the beach or we dont have elaborate set ups for stylized photoshoots etc. We’re homebodies. We love our daughter, and we love each other. I wanted to just show how we are on a usual Saturday morning.
i love this pic of her.
Black Power Girl
by Rapha Lobosco
Mariah on the set of Fantasy 1995
DOCUMENTARY: ‘Ever Young’ - James Barnor
Narrated by the photographer himself and accompanied by a range of his work - from studio portraits in Accra and his documentation of Ghanain boxing champion Roy Ankrah’s personal life, to his work for DRUM Magazine shooting fashion photography in London, England, this short but intimate documentary details the birth and life of Barnor’s ‘Ever Young’ photo studio, situated in a pivotal area of Ghana’s capital city during a time when Ghana’s anti-colonial socio-polotical consciousness was rising, and his move from his country of birth to the United Kingdom.
"I had wanted to do a lot of things like being a farmer, being a teacher - so many things, but I don’t regret doing photography." - James Barnor.
September: Highlighting African Photographers