IMAGES THROUGH THE CAMERA LENS OF YITSCHAQ ABIA A.K.A ADORE
I also strongly believe in the saying, ‘If photography doesn’t change the world, it can change the consciousness of men and women who will then change the world – Yitschaq Abia
On this throwback Thursday, I look back at the story of one of the most intriguing photographer I did an editorial on not too long ago. If photography will help us tell the story of all that is going on in the country, then it will have to travel far and wide the remotest parts of the northern and earthen regions of Nigeria to bring back images that give us the slightest idea of where we are as a country. The works of this lad is one that has some of those covered. From the backdrop in the studio to market places and road paths, his images speak volumes.
“My name is Yitschaq Abia and I am a photographer with bias for art and the African culture. I have always been a lover of art and I saw photography as a means of expressing it. I started photography in 2012 and it has been a super exciting experience.
My interest lies in storytelling, I believe I can inspire, motivate and evoke change with my style of photography. I believe photography can be used as a tool to tell stories that drive action for social change. I also strongly believe in the saying, ‘If photography doesn’t change the world, it can change the consciousness of men and women who will then change the world.’”
Follow him on instagram( @mr_adore ) to check his latest images –