For 23-year-old Kojo Anim, photography is a way to show the world the "soft and unseen emotions" of African people. His delicate images — often black-and-white — regularly depict models posing solemnly at beaches in the early evening.
The Ghanaian artist's obsession with the art form began when he was only 10 years old. After stumbling upon his brother's camera, he instantly became enamoured by the mechanics of the item, particularly its piercing flash and distinctive clicking sounds. "I was curious to learn how the camera could capture what I see around me," he says. "I became addicted to a point where my dreams became filled with images for my projects."
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