The exhilarating seven-part reality series, The Perfect Picture has come to an end. The last episode aired last week Thursday at 21h00 on SABC 1. Over the past seven episodes, we had seven celebrities with a passion for photography competing against one another to prove that they have what it takes to step away from the spotlight, and triumph behind the camera.
In this episode two finalists, artistic fashion designer Money Badoo, and South African model, influencer, and photographer, Lesego Legobane aka Thickleeyonce went head-to-head to claim the number one spot in the competition.
The first challenge required the two contestants to produce a lot of creativity using either milk or honey with a model as their subject. The contestants had an hour to capture the perfect picture using the Canon EOS R6, paired with any of the Canon lenses.
The second challenge turned up the heat at the iconic Rand Club in Johannesburg whereby each contestant had to take a contemporary portrait masterpiece of two South African icons. The brief was to ultimately “wow” the viewers with a nostalgic iconic moment.
Both challenges were guided by Mandisa Buthelezi, a photographer who provides photographic content that explores the notions of culture, identity, and spirituality and who previously mentored the contestants in the show’s first episode.
To end season one of The Perfect Picture with a total score of 14.5, fashion designer Money Badoo was crowned the winner and best photographer of The Perfect Picture season one, leaving South African model, influencer, and photographer, Lesego Legobane as the runner up.
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