Black Women Photographers – Print Sale

“Today is a great day to buy prints from Black womxn photographers.”

Polly Irungu, Founder of Black Women Photographers.

For the month of February, Black Women Photographers are selling their prints via Darkroom with 50% of the sales going to the artist.

Two of my prints are included amongst other amazing photographs.

Browse the whole collection by clicking the link below:

https://blackwomenphotographers.darkroom.tech/

Here are my prints that are on sale (click photo):

Please show your support by sharing the print sale link and if you can, purchase a print. Thank you!


Black Women Photographers was founded by Polly Irungu in 2020.


Follow Black Women Photographers on Twitter and Instagram to see more brilliant work.

#PrintSale #HireBlackWomenPhotographers 

Setting Up My Old APS Camera – Canon IXUS M-1

I cannot remember my first ever camera, but I do remember I bought it back in 2000/01 from a supermarket as I purchased my groceries. All I knew is that I wanted to document my life away from Kenya.

Later on, when I had enough money, I decided to get the Canon IXUS M-1 and it was my first Canon brand film camera. It is an Advanced Professional System aka APS camera and quite popular at the time of purchase as the film was quite different and I just had to have one. I am actually quite surprised at myself for keeping the camera for this long and in good condition too. Here is a video of me setting the camera up for the first time in 10+ years. ✌🏾

#BelieveinFilm