EK13 Photography 2015 Review

Hello 2016!

I have done so much in 2015, but it is not reflected here in my blog.

I keep saying to myself that I should change that and I promise I will. Let this be a reminder of that, to at least post once a month.

That is doable, right? 😁

Happy New Year people!

In the meantime…

…the WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,100 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 18 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

Client Feedback

I have just added a new widget for client feed back on the left-hand side menu.

This is something new I am trying as I get to send people I have worked for a feedback form just to see if I am on the right path.

Photography is not easy as most people just get to see the finished product. It’s what happens behind the scenes that gets forgotten as people don’t get to see the amount of work and dedication that goes to produce that one image.

Well, if my reviewers read this, thank you for your feedback and I hope I get to work with you again. Please don’t forget to refer your family and friends.

Happy Saturday y’all!

First Look: The intrigue and sex beneath the lies

Good to see good quality films emerging from East Africa. Keep it up!

The Critic


It has been massively promoted as a thrilling show full of intrigue, crime and sex.

And now, Beneath the Lies is promising to live up to its hype as seen in its first trailer released on YouTube yesterday.

The two-and-half minute clip offers some exciting insights into the much-anticipated Ugandan series, set to premiere on Urban TV next month, with its star-studded cast bringing on their A-game.

It contains a number of brief creatively-shot scenes, including one that charts a very saucy encounter between Gaetano Kagwa and Flavia Tumusiime.

The video opens with black-and-white footage in what appears to be a terrifying dream about a past experience.

In it, the dreadlocked singer Rabadaba, whose character we understand is a sleek gangster, is seen kidnapping two young girls and selling them off for a huge wad of cash.

The teaser then suddenly changes tempo, intermitting a violent burglary with clips…

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