- Chemical Brother on Twitter, a Ghanaian photographer, posted pictures he took from his living room which he hurriedly converted into a pseudo-studio
- It was the birthday of the photographer's brother and he decided to take the creative professional shots in the living room
- The post has since gone viral and many have been reacting massively
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A Ghanaian photographer known as Chemical Brother on Twitter has won the admiration of many on the social media platform after displaying staunch creativity.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal handle @chemicalbrodar, the gentleman revealed how he converted his room into a mini studio just to take professional shots of his brother on his birthday.
Along with a photo showing how everything was set up, the talented photographer also shared pictures showing the results his effort produced to the amazement of many.
See the post below:
YEN.com.gh has put together some of the interesting reactions to the post.
If room be like this, how parlour wan be? In case u need some flowery effect for background bikonu call me. I wee do it for chikinny money.
@paulo0077 stepped back to give some criticisms:
No holds barred. This is not good. Amputation + bad composition ( too much headroom) + not enough separation from the background ( too close to the wall + weak backlight) hence his right shoulder is lost to the background. 5/10. You can do better, no vex.
@khinging_findy could not hide his admiration:
Hey cutie!.. I have lovely sand arts that would go with ur room/mini studio at very affordable rate. Trust me, you'll like it. Let's do business bruv!
Meanwhile, Isaac Donkor, a Ghanaian Bolt driver, is being hailed on social media for his courageous honesty after returning an iPhone 11 Pro Max that a passenger mistakenly dropped inside his car.
Recounting the story on his personal Facebook handle, Kofi Gbedemah indicated that when Isaac found the phone, he picked it up to receive a call that came through, assuring that he would return it.
True to his words, Isaac returned the phone all the way to Dansoman and refused to take any compensation or fuel money for his kind gesture.
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