asiko_artist Indigo
I remembered this shoot with Indigo, I initially had an idea of draping fabric in the background. The idea was to use wind to create a dream type sequence. Needless to say it didn't work at all, It just didn't look right. The panic set in, will I be found a fraud like I thought of myself sometimes (yes there are a lot of issues). My mind raced to come up with another idea with what was in the studio. Nothing, absolutely nothing came to mind. OMG Indigo would think I was a fake ass photographer.
And then I calmed my mind and took a 5 min break to get something to drink, walked away from the situation. And then it hit, strip it all back to bare bones and focus on Indigo. Sometimes nothing beats keeping it simple. And when the idea isn't working walk away and take a breather but don't wear a panic on your face. We got some intimate portraits. #love #art #asiko #photooftheday #photography #portraiture #picoftheday #instagramhub #instahub #igdaily #instadaily #igers #instamood #instaart #model #portrait #instagram #style #inspiration #blackandwhite #tbt

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asiko_artist Being comfortable in your skin

To be comfortable means to be yourself. Yon don’t need to be accepted by others, but you need to accept yourself. We all sometimes struggle with ourselves, we judge ourselves based on other people’s standards, are often critical and think we are not good enough. Heres a profound truth, the longest relationship that we will ever have is one with ourselves. Yea that hit me like a freight train.

I have found that being comfortable in my skin results from thinking positively and having a more optimistic view on life despite what’s around ……….. and boy is that hard.

I am learning to accept myself and making plans to improve things I do not like about myself. It’s a balancing act getting that right.

I am learning to compliment myself and what I do and accepting compliments from others.

Learning to accept myself has helped me accept myself, my ideas, my thoughts, my creativity and in turn elevated my work. I am no more scared to create what is important to me and worried what people might think.

Being comfortable in your skin is empowering and libterating.

A portrait of Sophie from the whispering woods project. Towards the end of October I am working on an exciting new project about women and ageing. If you are in London, female aged between 16 and 99 (yea that’s a wide gap) and want a portrait image let’s talk. This is not restricted to models or actresses or race. #love #art #asiko #photooftheday #photography #portraiture #picoftheday #instagramhub #instahub #igdaily #instadaily #igers #instamood #instaart #model #portrait #instagram #style #inspiration #fairytale #red

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asiko_artist Set a fire “Most of us have a fire in the belly, a passion or desire that burns brightest in us. It’s the heat and energy from this fire that moves us forward, gives momentum to our projects, and authenticity to our voice. It’s one of those things, sometimes the thing that makes us feel alive. Only you know what this thing is, and it’s impossible to overstate its importance. And it’s often the first thing that gets set aside or neglected in pursuit of our enterprises, even when those enterprises spring from that very thing. Don’t you dare neglect feeding the fire in your soul; don’t for a moment allow the embers to grow cold. It’s never worth the sacrifice.” – David duChemin.

Feed the fire everyday, work on things that excite you the most and not because everybody else is working on them. And if everybody is shooting nudes and you love nudes, tell it a different way, tell it your way, make it human, make it personal. Use who you are and all the things that make you, you, to tell that damn story. Your work will be like no other.

An image from my Sleeping beauty series with model Model and MUA – Grace Gray, Styling – Madeleine and Crystal Laini, Set design – Emma Witter (Beast and Burden) and assistant – Sandjena Barnes. What an amazing team #love #art #asiko #potd #photooftheday #picoftheday #instagramhub #instahub #igdaily #instadaily #igers #instamood #artist #instaart #inspiration #flowers #portrait #fairytale #girl #model #instagram #fashion #beauty #sleepingbeauty
  •   iampixpac Nice post bro! 5d
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  •   mlaini13 It's always a privilege to work with a talented, inspiring bunch. We continue to learn from the master; thank you. 5d
  •   contemporarykulture Absolutely love this 4d

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asiko_artist “If you could kick the person in the pants responsible for most of your trouble, you wouldn’t sit for a month.” – Theodore Roosevelt, inspirational author, explorer, statesman, soldir and 26th President of United States of America.

Too often I run through the excuses I am not smart enough, I didn’t go to art school, I don’t have the right equipment, I don’t have the contacts, I am not good enough and the least goes on and on. The thing is we are responsible for our lives and what we do with them. We all have a sob story or twenty on why we can’t be where we are supposed to be.

So what’s your excuse?

Speaking of inspirational people, a portrait of Auntie Funmi Iyanda, someone who defies the status quo and inspires me. Happy Independence Day my fellow Nigerians #love #art #asiko #photooftheday #photography #portraiture #picoftheday #instagramhub #instahub #igdaily #instadaily #igers #instamood #instaart #actress #portrait #instagram #style #inspiration #nigeria #london

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asiko_artist For clients: Things to consider when working with your next photographer
Treat your photographer with professionalism and respect, like you he/she is trying to earn a living and put food on their table. Never feel like you are doing them a favour.
Understand the kind of style you want for your porject. There is no point going to a photographer like Rankin and asking him to create images like Tim Walker or asking Lakin Ogunbanwo to create your images like Obisomto. They are different photographers with different styles and approaches. I am fortunate that people approach me for my style and don't expect me to shoot like someone else. That wasn't always the case though.
Have a clear idea of the kind of photographs you want. Years ago (as an inexperienced àsìkò) I was distressed by a client who didn't know what they wanted but allowed me to take the reigns only to find out she wasn't happy with the images. In an email she mentioned she expected me to create some razzmatazz. WTH. Here's an idea, look for 10 images that you like a lot as a starting point to understand your tastes. Understand why you like them and communicate these to your photographer.
Do your homework and get a general an idea of prices points and daily rates. Don't be rude by saying "Why are you expensive? Mr X charges a lot less than that". I usually stop conversations with rude clients who try to bully down my asking rate, as it is a clear indication of the drama they are going to give me down the line and I'm so not about that life. If you can't afford then see if you can work something out with the photographer or just move on and find Mr X. When budgets are tight it's easy to look at the pound signs before the work/talent/ability itself. Try to research photographers that tick the boxes visually and then narrow down to what fits your budget.
An image of actress Rita Dominic for Blanck magazine styling by @bellaadeleke and makeup by @ots_beauty #love #art #asiko #photooftheday #photography #portraiture #picoftheday #instagramhub #instahub #igdaily #instadaily #igers #instamood #instaart #girl #actress #portrait #instagram #style #inspiration #nigeria #london

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asiko_artist Mastery and trying new things

Over the weekend I came across a great music video ‘Photograph’ by one of my favourite musicians Ed Sheeran. The video is a string of old home videos which are a rare look into his childhood from his baby days to his current stardom. Watching the video you get a sense that music started quite early for him as he is playing a variety of musical instruments before he even hits his teenage years. We all see Ed Sheeran the amazing singer songwriter who is able to dazzle the audience with just his guitar, but there are obviously years of hard work, and countless hours composing and playing music. This is the thing about mastery, it takes time. To be amazing in your talent and your art, you have to put in the hours, even if you are genius. The development of the work takes time, it doesn’t happen overnight, so be patient and put in the hours.

Over the weekend I tried something new, some still life painting with light. I am going to have to put in serious hours to develop this. Inspired by Van Goghs Flowers painting.
#love #art #asiko #photooftheday #photography #portraiture #picoftheday #instagramhub #instahub #igdaily #instadaily #igers #instamood #instaart #sunflowers #flower #portrait #instagram #style #inspiration #colour #stil-llife
  •   harbekeh I love Ed sheeran's music too.... My muse 2w

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asiko_artist Celebrate you

Instead of trying to reshape yourself to be like someone else, celebrate who God made you to be and your true self. I really started to grow when I gave up trying to be what I thought others expected of me and what I thought the world would buy into. I started creating work that I was interested in and exploring ideas that reflected who I was. I gave up flavour of the month ideas or trendy of the week work. Don’t get me wrong I am still inspired other peoples work but I am not interested in emulating or copying. I am resting in who I am and allowing myself to grow in that paradigm.

A portrait from the archives of Alani, someone who is comfortable in his own skin and grown into his own identity. I love photographing people like him.

#love #art #asiko #photooftheday #photography #portraiture #picoftheday #instagramhub #instahub #igdaily #instadaily #igers #instamood #instaart #model #guy #portrait #instagram #style #inspiration #colour #eastlondon #tattoo

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asiko_artist "It's all part of the plan" - Joker
It's very rare that a shoot works out the way I want, something sometimes doesn't always add up; a creative pulls out, the clothes are not what I envisioned, the lighting sucks and I am not sure how to fix it, the model is not inspiring to me, the props I hoped to get didn't come through. There are a million things that can go wrong. But here's the thing, it's all part of the plan, life is messy, it's not daffodils and rainbow kisses, its mud and gold, flowers and thorns. The idea that things are supposed to always go well is a bit of a childlike sentiment, cause life is rarely perfect to our whims. The things that go wrong are all part of your learning and growth. I have grown from all my experiences, pretty sure I wouldn't really learn anything if it was all honky dory.
So when things don't work out and you get discouraged, take heart, dust yourself off and learn from your mistakes. And please please don't delete your images because you are not happy, you might choose not show them but keep them as a reminder. Never let your emotionasdictate how you handle your images, isn't it heartbreaking if you spend all that time only to delete the final images. Funny enough some images which are thought as crap have been seen with new eyes years later. Those images are also a good indication of progress.
Nobody sees your shoot dramas and disasters, all people see are the resulting beautiful images. An image from the girl in the green dress with Erica. #love #art #asiko #photooftheday #photography #fashion #picoftheday #instagramhub #instahub #igdaily #instadaily #igers #instamood #instaart #model #girl #portrait #instagram #style #inspiration #colour #beauty #green

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asiko_artist What I learnt about courage

Heard an amazing talk by Brene Brown that got me thinking about courage and vulrenability. She documented a study on courageous people and some facts about them, courageous people;

1. Tell the story of who they are with their whole heart.

2. They tell the story of their imperfections.

3. They are compassionate and kind to themselves and to others

4. They have the connection to others as a result of authenticity.

5. They are willing to let go of who they think they should be in order to be who they are supposed to be.

6. They fully embrace vulrenability

7. They believe that what made them vulrenable made them beautiful.

8. They have the willingness to do something where there are no guarantees.
So in other words, courage is stemed from vulrenability. Hmmm………. Pretty sure that’s not what society tells us.

I believe vulrenability in our work shatter boundaries and frees us from the restraints placed on us by others and ourselves. It is the birth place of joy, creativity, love, and that feeling of belonging. Are you creating courageously out of your vulrenability?

An image from my recent editorial “Flowers” for FRUK magazine. Model: Paola from Lenis Models, Styling: Elizabeth Ajomale, Makeup: Kiran Kaur, Lighting assistant: Dayo Awe, Fashion Assistant: Mpona Lebajoa, Set design: Emma Witter for Beast and Burden

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asiko_artist Questions about narratives. A question from @felixcrown – An amateur photographer who finds interest in
taking model photos, portraits. I have an idea of doing a surreal shoot,
need ideas on location, props et al. Thanks

Your idea determines everything you use from props to choice of model.
Here's a question you need to ask yourself; What is surrealism to you? Why are you interested in that aesthetic? What surrealist artist inspires you? What out of their work inspires you? Collect about 10 of your favourite surrealist images together and use as a jump off point. You need to answer these questions before embarking on your project.

The thing with me throwing out ideas is they are based on my experiences and intuition, and it is born out of the little intricacies that make up me. An idea from me might be wrong for someone else, but I guess it could inspire.

An idea can be using fashion as a metaphor for alter-egos, in this way you could explore idenitity, culture, gender roles and opposites. I could foresee images of character development and using idea of opposites or different sides of the same coin. For example you could explore conflict of character; a man who outwardly supports a certain ideal but inwardly opposes it. Or maybe talk about the conflict you feel as a person.

@0sahon – Narratives for Landscapes – The place you were born and how it differs from present day, Fading culture, 10 beautiful places that people don’t know about, Lagos at night, Rush hour/ Go slow, Expanding cities (Lagos extension through the ocean). Too many

After trying out this exercise I found it nearly impossible to throw out ideas because I didn’t know anything about the photographers, I think the ideas are best generated by the creator.

Nadia in black and white #love #art #asiko #photooftheday #photography
#fashion #picoftheday #instagramhub #instahub #igdaily #instadaily #igers
#instamood #instaart #model #girl #portrait #instagram #style #inspiration
#culture #beauty #blackandwhite

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Slumber Ade Okelarin
asiko_artist The work and the story

My work started to evolve when I started to incorporate narratives. Creating a narrative just simply means making your work about a story or put simply making it about something. It doesn’t have to be about some deep underlying theme, you could easily create a beauty story about the colour red in a fashion story or how the colour colour red is perceived by the human psyche. You can easily create a story about the monument down the road, and how it was devasted during the war but still stands, there stories are all around us waiting to be told.

So another idea for wedding photographers is developing a story around bridal jewellery in the traditional ethnic weddings and the importance of them. So being a wedding photography you can have side project which can resonate in the art world, you are not just a guy with a camera, you are a thinker, a story teller, a visualist.

Your work will be stronger and resonant more once you incorporate stories into aethetic. It doesn’t matter if you shoot reportage, advertising, weddings, or style, or do makeup; a sense of story will make your work more engaging and compelling.

If you stomped about ideas for stories, add a comment below about something that interests you and your field of work and I will be happy to explore an idea your way (oh God what have I let myself in for). A portrait of concert violinist Erica who I met in Belgium a few years back.

#love #art #asiko #photooftheday #photography #fashion #picoftheday #instagramhub #instahub #igdaily #instadaily #igers #instamood #instaart #music #girl #portrait #instagram #style #inspiration #culture #beauty #violin #tbt
  •   felixcrown Hi, tis is a lovely write up. I get motivated every time you post something. Am an amateur photographer who finds interest in taking model shoot, portrait amongst a few. I have an idea of doing a surreal shoot, need ideas on location, props et al. Thanks. 3w
  •   gdoumanian 3w
  •   delna_ That's Erica!!!! I remember that shoot so well. Was a lot of fun ade 3w
  •   nitty_dee Thank you 3w
  •   0sahon i do mostly creative landscapes. Suggestions for narratives ...and props like @felixcrown said too 3w
  •   kiyanawraps Love your work! #forevermore #inspo 3w
  •   asiko_artist @kiyanawraps thanks. Hope u are well 3w

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asiko_artist Connect

If you want people to connect with your work, make it human.

Make people care, Make them laugh or cry, Make them feel, Bare your scars, Expose your heartbreak, Show your heart, Show your journey, Illustrate the things that make you happy, Reveal the things that make you mad, Show things what you care about, Tell a story.

Anyway you get the picture.

From a recent editorial ‘Nubia’ for FRUK Mag. Model: Claudia Smith, Styling: Elizabeth Ajomale, Makeup: Kiran Kaur, Lighting assistant: Dayo Awe, Fashion Assistant: Mpona Lebajoa, Set design: Emma Witter for Beast and Burden, Headpiece: Velvet Eccentric.

#love #art #asiko #photooftheday #photography #fashion #picoftheday #instagramhub #instahub #igdaily #instadaily #igers #instamood #instaart #model #girl #portrait #instagram #style #inspiration #culture #beauty #darkbeauty

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asiko_artist For the photographers “The histogram is not a god. Your camera isn’t as smart as it thinks it is. And all the technical advice in the world is only worth the breath it took to say it if it creates an image that connects with me, that tells a story or sings a song, that is alive and makes you feel alive too. Chase emotion and life and mystery and joy and those things for which you first picked up a camera. The world is full of perfect photographs. Instagram is full of them. The world gets it, we have cool toys that paint with light. Now let’s make something full of life, something that is not only a record of an experience, but the gift of an experience. And that, friends, is found beyond the brand of the camera, the shape of the histogram, the size of your aperture, and whether some ding-dong on FB thinks your image doesn’t quite align to the rule of thirds grid.” - David Duchemin

An image from Brides of Eyo editorial with beautiful model Latesha Wilson, Styling by Funmi Fagbemi and Makeup by Tamara Ramsey Crockett. Featured in Pride Magazine.

#love #art #asiko #photooftheday #photography #fashion #picoftheday #instagramhub #instahub #igdaily #instadaily #igers #instamood #instaart #model #girl #portrait #instagram #style #inspiration #culture #beauty #darkbeauty #nigeria #eyo

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asiko_artist The problem with approval

As human beings we all want approval, we want others to love what we create, to approve of it and like it about a thousand times. This sometimes presents a problem, esp when what we create shifts to satisfying the taste of others.

In our age of social media, followers, and the quest for a zillion likes, we seek approval constantly and a dangerous game that can tarnish our artisitic voice. We are responsible for what we create and should be honest about it. People will react in whatever way they want, sometimes its positive and sometimes its negative, however we shouldn’t pander to the majority but stir something up in them. The safety in approval is toxic to authentic work, it can dilute it and stir it in the wrong directions. Creating work is not about being safe, it’s about pushing the boundaries and not just boundaries about everyone else, but more boundaries about you. “Don’t look to the public to be the voice that guides what you do and how you do it. It is not their job to mentor you. They don’t know you except through your art. They will pull you in a million directions, hoping you’ll make art that’s a closer reflection of who they are, what they like, what makes them comfortable. And we all creep closer and closer to sameness.” David Duchemin. Nail on the head statement.

Image was for a recent story ‘Flora’ shot for FRUK magazine. Model Paola from Lenis Models, Styling Elizabeth Ajomale, Styling Assistant Mpona, Set design Emma Witter for Beast and Burden. I am always fortunate to work with best people. #love #art #asiko #photooftheday #photography #fashion #picoftheday #instagramhub #instahub #igdaily #instadaily #igers #instamood #instaart #model #girl #portrait #instagram #style #inspiration #jewellery #beauty #darkbeauty #flowers

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asiko_artist So whats your colour palette? “Color is a power which directly influences the soul.” ~ Wassily Kandinsky. I was looking at my Instagram feed a few days ago and I noticed my images have the same set of colour tones. Colour is a powerful in defining a style, it is a unifying element that brings all your portfolio images together. Some photographers are primarily shoot black and white, while others use certain colour filters which give a certain aesthetic. Some photographers shoot with loads of colour while others present muted colour palettes in their work. The colours reflected are more about the photographer and what they like and can a while to build up, it’s all part of style. My images tend to have to have a moody warm colour to them, sometimes with accents of green or blue, but in very little amounts. So when you are developing a visual style look through your Instagram feed, what colours are popping up? Is it a conscious effort or innate? Also remember that colour reflect and project emotions, understand the fundamentals of how colour effects emotion. It’s more powerful than you realise.

An image from the girl in the green dress. PS I have been nominated by the Jaguar Fashion Awards for Best Fashion Photographer, I am humbled, especially considering the nominees Lakin Ogunbanwo, Seye Isikalu and Remi Adetiba. We are all such different photographers with different bodies of work, that’s a hard one to call. Super honoured. #love #art #asiko #photooftheday #photography #fashion #picoftheday #instagramhub #instahub #igdaily #instadaily #igers #instamood #instaart #model #girl #portrait #instagram #style #inspiration #beauty #darkbeauty

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Normal Ade Okelarin
asiko_artist How authentic?

A big question to ask yourself, is your work authentic? Now the answer is really down to you. Is what your create something that originates from deep within? Or is it an amalgamation of copies you have seen around. Inspiration and copying are two different things, but that’s a discourse for another day.

Being authentic means creating work that is deeply meaningful to you. It’s not about showing what you see, but how you see it. It’s not about holding back or pulling punches, it’s about letting go and throwing your opinions out there. It’s about honesty, your honesty and nobody elses.
So what do you want to talk about? War? Peace? Female genitialia mutilation? Your depression? The grief of losing someone? Love? Romance? Whatever it is, it has to be yours, it has to be personal, and it has to be you. It won’t be everybodys cup of tea but its authenticity will be undenialble and people value honesty above all else.

A throwback image “A dark romance” with model @liveshiv makeup @halimabepo hair @gdscoleman and styling by @crystal_deroche #love #asiko #potd #photooftheday #pphotography #fashion #picoftheday #instagramhub #instahub #igdaily #instadaily #igers #instamood #instaart #model #girl #portrait #instagram #style #inspiration #jewellery #beauty #darkbeauty #romance

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asiko_artist 10 Thought provoking things for a Friday afternoon. Thanks Marc Chernoff

1. What’s something you know you do differently than most people?

2. What one thing have you not done that you really want to do? What’s holding you back?

3. Are you holding onto something you need to let go of?

4. If you had to move to a state or country besides the one you currently live in, where would you move and why?

5. Do you push the elevator button more than once? Do you really believe it makes the elevator faster?

6. Would you rather be a worried genius or a joyful simpleton?

7. Why are you, you?

8. What are you most grateful for?

9. Would you rather lose all of your old memories, or never be able to make new ones?

10. Has your greatest fear ever come true?

An image from a recent test with Luna from Lenis Models #love #art #asiko #potd #photooftheday #photography #fashion #picoftheday #instagramhub #instahub #igdaily #instadaily #igers #instamood #instaart #model #girl #portrait #instagram #style #inspiration #jewellery #beauty #blackandwhite

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Clarendon Ade Okelarin
asiko_artist The people around you

I am grateful for the talent that I have been fortunate to work with over the years. From stylists, hair and makeup artists and off course models who have helped me visualise the ideas in my head. The biggest talent I have come across has been my wife.
Years ago when I started taking pictures and nobody would give me the time of day as a stylist. My wife (who is not a stylist) stepped in to help style my shoots. The thing about her she has an innate ability to develop ideas, bring elements together and create a cohesive entity. She styled this shoot and a few others. These gave me the ability and confidence to get my work out there and meet other creatives and get work. She is my biggest encourager and one of the smartest people I know (a lot smarter than I am). People still talk about my early work that she styled and I still run a lot of my ideas past her. Surround yourself with the right talent and people smarter than yourself, it will help elevate your work.

PS She works as a consultant with business owners and creatives to help them launch their ideas, revamp their businesses and communicate their brands more effectively with their target market.

Model @tyakingbola Styling @lotionspotionsme and Hair by @gdscoleman Makeup by Kamila Siemiatkowska. Jewellery piece by @anitaquansahlondon #love #art #asiko #potd #photooftheday #photography #fashion #picoftheday #instagramhub #instahub #igdaily #instadaily #igers #instamood #instaart #model #girl #portrait #instagram #style #inspiration #black #beauty #darkbeauty #tbt #tribal #avian

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asiko_artist My work is about visual narratives, I just don't want to take pictures I want to create stories and express ideas. The image was the last in a visual narrative where my wife and I created a story about a circle of life of bird using various elements of tribalism, fabric, jewellery, set design, props, light and mood. The story was titled the 'Avian' and looked at how a bird is born, nurtured and becomes a nurturer. My wife styled the shoot and we both worked on the set design together.
For me photography is expressive, it's how I bring various elements together to create something that I find interesting. Model @tyakingbola Styling @lotionspotionsme and hair by @gdscoleman makeup by Kamila Siemiatkowska

#love #art #asiko #potd #photooftheday #photography #fashion #picoftheday #instagramhub #instahub #igdaily #instadaily #igers #instamood #instaart #model #girl #portrait #instagram #style #inspiration #black #beauty #darkbeauty #tbt #tribal

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asiko_artist You are not for everybody

Who you are and what you create is not going to be everybodys cup of tea. This is something I had to ingest and comprehend and boy did it take a while. I am one of those people with rejection issues, I feel if someone doesn’t connect with my work then it’s my fault and I am rejected by them. It was all in my head and it’s silly to expect everyone to connect with what I create. Everybody is so beautifully different and so it is virtually impossible for that to happen.

A few years ago I showed my work to the editor of a prominent magazine and she said, your work is interesting but more art driven, it really wouldn’t work in our magazine. I won’t lie I was a bit heartbroken cos I really wanted to shoot for the magazine. This was before I believed in my work.

Those comments led me down the line of trying to be a fashion photographer but boy that didn’t work out as I found I am not that kind of photographer. Clothes, trends and seasons don’t interest me, it’s all about the art and the narrative. After a few years of battling with myself and my portfolio, I came to one conclusion; Shoot what you love ………………..PERIOD.

Now I am not saying drop your bread and butter ………… not advisable at all. But make time and a priority to create what is important to you. Sooner or later people will pay you for that and you can drop the bread and butter work.

#Throwback image from ‘Autumn Bird’ with beautiful @tyakingbola with styling by my talented Wife @lotionspotionsme and hair by @gdscoleman makeup by Kamila Siemiatkowska

#love #art #asiko #potd #photooftheday #photography #fashion #picoftheday #instagramhub #instahub #igdaily #instadaily #igers #instamood #instaart #model #girl #portrait #instagram #style #inspiration #black #beauty #darkbeauty #tbt #tribal

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