As a long-time Sony user, Jide Odukoya knows the stuff that Sony is made of. But he invited LexAsh, a well-known photographer in Nigeria and a non-Sony user to try out the A7M4 for the first time. This Naija take on an indie-themed photoshoot, allowed LexAsh to experience the picture quality and functionality of the camera. Shooting in a contrasting, outdoor area of a Vintage Colonial house, they tested the camera in sunny and cloudy weather conditions, utilizing the versatility of the camera in different light conditions. With a handy 24mm F1.4 GM, the outcome was outstanding. Enjoy.
Who Can Attend
Portrait and Fine Art Photographers
Lighting, posing, lens preferences and styling. Although Jide and LexAsh have different shoot styles, they both share one thing in common, the A74 delivers on its promise.
Jide Odukoya is a Nigerian lifestyle photographer who specializes in documentary, street and wedding photography. He is the CEO and creative director of Jop Studios whose work spans across the globe and has been featured in publications such as The New York Times, The Guardian UK and American Al Jazeera. Jide is regarded as one of Nigeria’s most successful photographers.