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All moments matter, only when captured

What to add meaning to your beautiful post? It’s simple, just accompany it with an eye catching photo from the wide range of photography types. If you don’t know what they are, then this article has got you covered.

Portrait photography

This is a type of picture that focuses and zooms in on an individual while capturing their personality as well as portraying a certain image.

This particular portrait picture is of Felix, a classmate from MKU portraying a very serious demeanor.

Documentary photography

This is a type of photograph that gives an insight on a particular historical event or portrays a lifestyle of a community that may be powerful and educational.

This picture is of two female farmers that clearly enjoy the work they do as I captured their passion for farming in this Photo.

Landscape photography

This a picture that captures the nature of certain areas and at times human made infrastructures.

This is a picture taken from the Left side of a classroom on the 3rd floor of a Mount Kenya university Building.

It shows the many houses and buildings that surround the area, the clear sky blue, and an overall view of Kigali city.

Still photography

This is a very artistic approach in photography that give meaning to a still object that would otherwise not matter much.

For Example: My picture of a light bulb in full darkness gives a sense of emotional fulfillment by just staring at it.

Street photography

This is another Art oriented area in photography. As it gives a short explanation of the events taking place in the present.

This is a picture of a group of people doing sports and having fun and care free.

  Food photography

Food photography is a still photography genre used to create attractive still life photographs of food. It is a specialization of commercial photography, the products of which are used in advertisements, magazines, packaging, menus or cookbooks.

 Professional food photography is a collaborative effort, usually involving an art director.

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