[su_row][su_column size=”1/2″]Since my first modeling sessions some six years ago, (yes. I tried my hand at modeling) I have become increasingly comfortable in front of the camera. Obviously blogging has made it necessary for me to pose for the camera on a very regular basis, and I have come to love it.
Especially when working with a professional photographer, who shares my intentions and supports me. I have spent more time in my career behind the camera than I have in front of it. It was quite daunting for me at first to perform live TV interviews. This video which was shot behind the scenes during a recent photo shoot, is special to me. Why? Well, the beauty of it, to me at least, is that the videographer shot it while I was occupied doing a series of stills and therefore not at all focused on posing for him. And the natural feel of me being myself somehow appeals to me a lot, so I think I am going to do this more often in the future. And as I am moving into this new phase of my blogging, please don’t hesitate to share with me what type of videos you would like me to post. [/su_column]
I have a similar relationship with crop tops. I wasn’t always keen on wearing them but I am slowly warming up to them, and the good news is, everyone can rock a crop top. Just make sure it hits right at your true waist, below your bust – which is the thinest part of any womans body. But I guess you will agree that this time around the crop top worked beautifully in the overall outfit, Plus, I love wearing pieces that dance in the wind… gone with the wind and fabulous. Have a beautiful weekend.
[su_quote]Everyone can rock crop tops. Just make sure it hits right at your true waist, below your bust[/su_quote]
Photography with Charles Ngomo of Royalreel Photography
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