A Day With Bayo Omoboriowo

Bayo Omoboriowo won the award for the Creative Artist of the year in the recent Future Awards. With Bayo, it’s not just about the title, this young man has the creative juices flowing all over him…no kidding.
On Saturday, I had the opportunity of working side by side with him and I thought to share a few posts of this dude at work. Let’s go behind the scene and see how he communicates with his camera to produce those breathtaking pictures we all have come to identify with him.
Last words? Check the inscription on his shirt.

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A DAY WITH BAYO OMOBORIOWO

Bayo Omoboriowo won the award for the Creative Artist of the year in the recent Future Awards. With Bayo, it’s not just about the title, this young man has the creative juices flowing all over him…no kidding.
On Saturday, I had the opportunity of working with him and I thought to share a few posts of this dude at work. Let’s go behind the scene and see how he communicates with his camera to produce those breathtaking pictures we all have come to identify with him.
Last words? Check the inscription on his shirt.

WHOEVER CHIDES AN AMATEUR?

Last year,I shot my very first short film which I titled ‘Ada’ (might change that later depending on my mood.) It’s the story of a girl who fell in love with a guy against the wish of her psycho brother…

The problem is the film has a lot of movie mistakes and my friends who’ve watched it couldn’t help laughing at me. That has not given me the boldness to upload the video.

That has changed.

Very soon, I shall be uploading the video for you all to see. Please don’t laugh and don’t be too critical.

“I WANT TO WIN” OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO (Day1)

Today has been remarkable! We had the first shot of our upcoming music video, “I WANT TO WIN” by our good friend Joseph Ogbonaya ‘Oj Greaze.’ Everyone was wonderful on set and gave immense contribution: Oguntuyo Tobi, Stanley Obidiagha, Ben, Moyo Tugbogbo, Jennifer— who came around later just to see us. Behind the camera was the outstanding Dipo Orimoloye (Femdieffects.com); Atueyi Ekene (eloceditor.blogspot.com), the script writer and concept developer and yours sincerely, directing both camera and actors with helps from everybody. It was fun, believe me.
The Camera:
The main and only gear on set was the Nikon d90 camera with a Nikkor50mm f1.8 and 18-70mm f3.5-5.6 lenses, courtesy of Femdieffects.com. And oh, a couple of BBs just to take some extra shots.

Let’s Do Some Cloning

Film has always been my passion for as long as I can remember…only that it took some time for me to be this close. Clone Justice is a film inspired by an idea to create what I called a video CV. The idea was that I’ll stand in front of the camera talking about myself while clones of me play in the background and distract me.

WHAT I’VE BEEN UP TO LATELY

I’ve had this concept about a short film for some time that I couldn’t wait for exams to end and I get my hands on a camera. It’s my first time directing a video of that scale. I’ve done a little video directing back in 2009 when I shot two funny scenes with my room mates. It’s a pity I cant find the videos again. We shot it with a Sony Ericsson W800. (lol) In fact the editing–adding sound and title, was done with d ever ‘powerful’ video-dj (lol). I’ve missed my Walkman phone. (what! I’m I doing an ad or what)
As times goes on I will let you in on what goes on about this film of mine. Dont forget to follow this blog.