Portrait mini-sessions with Titilola Dawudu
A few weeks ago, on my way to work, I made a few photographs with Titilola Dawudu. At the time in question, she was the Learning and Participation’s manager at Ovalhouse. It happened coincidentally. I saw a doorway with a double-step porch, and I thought it would make a challenging location to make some portraits. There was nothing particularly special about this location, but I like the position on the greenery by the window which would be behind my wife in my composition.
The lighting was too harsh, and pedestrian traffic was quite light considering we were still in rush-hour. I think this was a great experience for me in terms of producing a couple of photographs in a very short time frame.
I intend to produce a longer set of photographs in the future but for now, enjoy the couple below.
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