Tuesday, 29 January 2019



Signing a contract with Ekor Odel Ghana as Brand Ambassadors for the Sultan Drink




In the past, photography required time and skill and as photographer and blogger, Mark Myerson stated, one needed to have an appreciable knowledge of the large wooden boxes, wet glass plates, dark room etc. to produce good quality photos.

This limited the job of photography to a few professionals, who were recognised as “champions” in villages, churches, schools and generally in our communities.

In the last decade or so, however, the digital age and the emergence of the camera-phone/smartphone has created an explosion in photography, where everyone can take photographs without any professional training or skills.

As a result, the profession of photography is changing. The phone is the number-one way of taking pictures, and the image quality achievable with some of today’s phones is quite okay.

This has led many to declare professional photography DEAD!!! However, there are a few photography enthusiasts who are still making a thriving profession out of photography.

In Ghana, one name that comes up readily among those successfully clinging on to the profession of photography in the face of the ‘onslaught’ by smartphone photography is TWINSDNTBEG (Twins Don’t Beg) of SWAGOFAFRICA.NEWS.Twinsdntbeg is made up of twin brothers, Samuel Appiah Gyan and Emmanuel Appiah Gyan, who have worked so hard over the last few years to make their services appealing to many influential personalities online and offline.

In recognition of their sterling work as celebrity photographers, Twinsdntbeg has been voted the 2018 Most Influential Young Ghanaians in the Lifestyle Category of the Avance Media 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians Awards 2018.

They were also signed on recently by Ekor Odel, a Ghanaian-owned import and export company, as brand ambassadors for their Sultan drinks.

The online population is consuming more content than ever before, and people still want to see high-quality images. Technology is getting better at automating the technical aspects of photography, but any camera or phone is still reliant on the photographer who takes the pictures and this is where Twinsdntbeg stand tall.

The two young photographers have invested time, money and other resources in their work to ensure that their images are of the highest quality.“Pursue your passion, make a living out of it but remember to take the right steps to secure your future,” they advised the youth.

They observed that some parents in Ghana put their young twins on the streets to beg for alms due to what some have described as the biting poverty resulting from having large family sizes.

Others too have various myths about twins, but for Emmanuel and Samuel, they say all they know is that the grace of God, teamwork and hard work make the dream work.

We also believe that, ”With God on our side, we will never beg. For us, TWINS DON”T BEG!!!”
 

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