Author Archive "K Madhavan Pillai"

When Does a Photograph Stop Being a Self Portrait?

K Madhavan Pillai

“If every image is a reflection of who you are as a photographer, the question to ask is if you recognise who you see in that mirror.”–K Madhavan Pillai

The Minimalist Approach

K Madhavan Pillai

In February 2011’s editorial, the Editor talks about the meaning and interpretation that we associate with images.

Good Photography is Always a Choice

K Madhavan Pillai

“Photography stands apart from other arts, because it is impossible to replicate the work of another photographer, or even a single photograph.”

Discovering the Wonderful Joy of Books

K Madhavan Pillai

“There is a beauty to an old book, or even an old paperback novel, which you will certainly not find with an old iPad.”

A Private Photo Gallery with a Difference

K Madhavan Pillai

“I was pleasantly aware of being one of them… anonymous, alone and on my own clock.”–K Madhavan Pillai

Opinions

Six Simple Rules of Making Money Through Photography

By on in Perspectives

How does one make money through photography, and how does one make lots of it?

Just Some Grammar and No Words

K Madhavan Pillai

K Madhavan Pillai de-constructs the grammar of photography and shares some unique characteristics about the art and practise of taking photographs.

A Love Affair with Black and White

K Madhavan Pillai

K Madhavan Pillai elaborates on the love affair that quite a few photographers have with black and white photography.