A Photographer Makes Magic Without a Studio and We Can’t Help but Admire Him

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A photographer may require a cool camera to create a truly fascinating photograph, while others will seek to capture a beautiful location, and still others will focus on the angle or lighting of their photograph. However, for Nigerian photographer Ibor Edosa Victor, a genuinely cool photo is about his vision and how he can take use of things around him, not about the surroundings.

We were blown away by Ibor’s ability to demonstrate to his 212k followers that a great photo doesn’t necessarily require flawless lighting. The photographer enjoys sharing behind-the-scenes photographs with his viewers, and they adore it!

The artist’s interest for photography appeared out of nowhere.

© edos_artistry / Instagram
© edos_artistry / Instagram
© edos_artistry / Instagram

Ibor admitted that he got into photography because he was bored, rather than because it was a passion. However, with time, the job simply took over his life. Everything in his life now motivates him to photograph — sad and happy moments that pass by.

Choosing the right scenery can be a difficult undertaking.

© edos_artistry / Instagram
© edos_artistry / Instagram
© edos_artistry / Instagram

Ibor’s dedication to capturing the perfect photograph is admirable. He frequently shoots in less-than-ideal conditions, such as those with poor lighting, and he gets creative with how he edits his photos afterwards. Although the behind-the-scenes photographs aren’t the most spectacular, they demonstrate that you’d never discover the photographer’s staging if he hadn’t shared them.

The job is difficult, but it is also quite gratifying.

© edos_artistry / Instagram
© edos_artistry / Instagram
© edos_artistry / Instagram
© edos_artistry / Instagram
© edos_artistry / Instagram

One of the key things Ibor attempts to do in his work is to capture emotion. Apart from obtaining the correct feeling, he also strives to add some magic to everyday things in order to demonstrate that any setting and environment may survive.

What is the photo that has the most impact on you and that you would want to recreate if you were a photographer?

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Preview photo credit edos_artistry / Instagram