Garri (also known as gari, garry, gali, or tapioca) is a popular West African food made from cassava tubers. The spelling ‘garri’ is mainly used in Nigeria, Cameroon, Sierra Leone, Benin, Togo and ‘gari’ in Ghana.[1] Either spelling is used in Nigeria. In some sub-Saharan regions of Africa, it is referred to as ‘gali’ – Wikipedia Squeezing water out of the drench Cassava Breaking down the cassava in particle.   Frying the cassava to turn Garri     Drying the final product in the sun before shipping for consumption.       Portrait of the women making Garri Read More
Between 18 – 27 years? Here are things to do: Don’t let money be your priority. Work hard to be inevitable. Be part of something small with scaling potential. Work for a company where you are involved in failure and success process. Travel by road (maybe once). Volunteer for something. Take selfie/picture with a stranger Love genuinely. Try modeling (maybe once just for fun). Help an elderly person with his/her load. Learn to say am sorry. Don’t ask for money “first” when someone request your service. Learn to say thank you. Learn a skill and strive to be awesome at it. Try and create a difference anywhere you find yourself. Read More
Waiting for makeup artist to get their things done can be frustrating sometimes but we channeled the energy to doing something else as everyone in the room was excited about the prewedding shoot. We decided to capture the excitement while waiting for the makeup to be done. Couple: Wunmi and Oluyomi Makeup: @purpleboxmakeuppro Light by: @miztunde Photographed by: @wexcely for @Onedotphoto Location: Clear Essence Enjoy! Read More
As a Nigerian Wedding Photographer, you need to tell couples to play as if you’re not in the entire scheme of things, while writing their love stories through your lens. Only in that moment when you capture their truest nature richly expressed within the comfort of each other’s arms, that’s when your job as a Nigerian Wedding Photographer be given proper credit. In that moment the couples are real, natural and passionate about themselves, and this couple stories wasn’t different.   This is one of the real love story anyone would dream for. It was so full of emotions and interesting that I barely knew when it was dark nor drizzling. I will say there is a strong connection that flowed between these Lovebirds. We couldn’t stop laughing at the groom’s jokes and gestures. Love is real…a real journey begins…. Couple: Olaide and Oladimeji Photographer: Adewale Yusuf of Onedot Photography Light: Emmanuel Ogunsola Location: Yaba   Read More
      Esther and Damilola are a blessing to us and we appreciate them for the opportunity to share their special day with them last year. Enjoy their Nigerian Wedding through our lenses     THE DETAILS   BEFORE CHURCH DURING CHURCH   AFTER CHURCH   THANKS   Follow us on Instagram: @Onedotphoto Makeup by: @Make_upbyKilo   Read More
Laura: The story of my life began when I met him, he said is vow to me is to always make me smile, and I never had reason to feel I made a wrong choice. Francis: The first time I saw her, it was like dejavu, I felt like I had seen her before like replaying an event. She completes me. Nigerian Prewedding shoot Join our BBM Channel: C002AD876 Read More
Some call it love at first sight, well for us it was love at first chat. I can never forget getting a beep from my phone on the night of 18th January 2013 and there it was a message from you on Facebook. Before then, we’ve been very casual friends only wishing each other merry Christmas, happy New year and happy birthdays, but this time the message was special. Even though it simply read “just checking on you” it meant more than a million words to me and that was how it all began. We started talking, sharing and praying together. Some moments after, I asked if we could date, you said you’d have to pray about it, I got scared that I may have just ruined everything, but as God would have it, you said “yes”. Even though distance seemed like a barrier, we pray for God to make it work if it was his will. Shortly after this, I had to come to Lagos for service and exactly the same day you also had to come to Lagos for work. Was it mere coincidence or was it destiny? We had no idea, all we knew was that we […] Read More
Technology is revolutionising story telling and #LG #G4 with manual camera settings is a sample of what technology would do to digital photography. We hosted the first phone Photography seminar/training in Nigeria/Africa to train people what they can do with their mobile phone, we plan to train 20 Million Africans by year 2020. Read More
A tour of Ibadan railway Station. The old Ibadan rail. Photographed by: Adewale Yusuf Lead Photographer at Onedot Photography. Assistant: Idris Olaleye Supervised by: Paul Adepoju. Read More
A beautiful Nigerian Wedding: Abuja Wedding shot for Gazmadu Photography in 2014.         Read More