Over the weekend, at one of the Conference Rooms of the African Regent Hotel, mainly amateur photographers were taken through some of the basics of photography. The workshop, organized by award winning photographer, Steven Adusei also had Nana Kofi Acquah, another ace photographer giving practical lectures on creative use of exposure controls, JPEG verses RAW, autofocus verses manual focus and understanding ISO, shutter speed and aperture.
Friday, May 11, 2012
"This story is not my real story. :-)"
Born by another woman, and brought to marriage by my father, you accepted me, loved me and have been so much of a parent to me. I was only eight and fears were high that you will maltreat me. at that young age, I knew nothing. I did not understand my mother’s admonitions when my father allowed me to visit her from time to time. She was always bitter, and trying so hard to get me to be rude to you. according to her, any act of correction from you was equal to maltreatment. I tried to tell her you were good to me, but she never really had ears for my little voice.
Friday, May 4, 2012
They are everywhere, in every office, every corner. They are there, plain and nice. When you step into the office, they are usually the first ones to approach you with friendship. Mostly they will portray themselves as the best friends you could have in the office and tell you about others. As soon as you say something, they will report on you. Mostly they are so preoccupied with others that it seems they are paid to snitch on other people.