Joshua Kissi is a Ghanaian-American creative entrepreneur specializing in photography and creative direction, based in New York City. Raised in the Bronx, Kissi grew up with an affinity for the arts and picked up a camera at the age of seventeen. Despite the lack of exposure and inaccessibility to the creative industries, and from Kissi's determination that bore the fruit that is Street Etiquette in 2008.
His recent comment on the “dark skin” and how in photography it is often not edited well. We can understand this notion because photographers will either over expose the skin tone or make it seem grey.
We couldnt help but think of the iseeadifferentyou gents who have done a great job at treating the dark skin as well as their subject matters.