On black and white photographs and what makes them so timeless and classic.
The editor, on the joy of monsoons.
The Editor talks about the most valuable gift that cameras give us—memories.
“A strict adherence to process and rules has a danger of making a photographer ‘too focused’.”
The Editor speaks about hitting blocks and the ways in which we can deal with our creative paralyses.
K Madhavan Pillai elaborates upon the the 10,000 hour rule.
K Madhavan Pillai writes about the irony of plenty and how our quest for creativity is effected by the availability or unavailability of options.
K Madhavan Pillai talks about how it is important to train the ‘eye’ and allow the ‘I’ to go beyond the experience of seeing.
K Madhavan Pillai lists a range of photographic excuses that people make, instead of making photographs. He tells us how to make the right picture, even if everything seems to be going wrong.
K Madhavan Pillai speaks about how a photograph can capture a sliver of time.