The art, application, and practice of creating durable images by recording light, either electronically by means of an image sensor, or chemically by means of a light-sensitive material such as photographic film is a fast-rising business or profession for many in Ghana.

Today on 360 connect, we dive into the journey of an enterprise photographer with a Bsc. Computer Science degree.

1.Who are you?

Nkansah Barclays Emmanuel. The first of 2 kids, fun person whose aim is to make the most people around me smile and to be happy. A Graduate of GIMPA with Bsc. Computer Science and old boy of Accra Academy. Loves to play video games and to sleep.

2.Why photography?

Honestly, I had no idea I would be a photographer but I remember when I was a kid I use to love cameras and loved taking pix of people with their phones. I’m sure it started from there but I had the passion to make people smile and looking at a picture of you or something or someone and smiling is something else to me. So I’m sure it’s part of the reasons I became a photographer.

3.What motivates you as a photographer?

Being a photographer since 2016 my greatest motivation, is the Smiles from clients when ever I deliver a job.

4.Recount your experiences as a photographer with readers?

Photography has taken me places and introduced me to people. It has helped me built and bigger network both at home and abroad. It’s a job that doesn’t only require skill and patience but passion.

5.Your advice to upcoming ones who aspire to become photographers?

Photography is an art that requires a lot of patience, honesty, passion, integrity, willingness to learn everyday and fun. Don’t be too big to learn even from younger ones.

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Nkansah Barclays Emmanuel brand name Shot by focus, whose aim is to reach the peak of his career through seemless learning means and great work delivery was the official photographer for the Honoring & Timeless edition of the annual all-female minstrels night of worship dubbed “Women In Worship” held in Accra and Kumasi respectively in 2020 by Genet Services.

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