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The Last Thirty Days

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Just a few days ago, I started photographing B Merwan and Co, an Irani café that has been a part of the …

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Surrendering to the Medium

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There are a lot of things that go into the making of an image. But what I am most intrigued by is …

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Photographers as Collectors

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Over the last two months, my family has been on a huge clean-up and maintenance spree of various things in my home. …

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Looking Back at Stories, Connecting the Dots

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Words have always fascinated me, but even while reading the most beautiful of verse, it is the punctuation that forces me to …

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The Role of Resonance in Remembrance

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For those who have read Carlos Ruiz Zafón’s The Shadow of the Wind will be familiar with The Cemetery of Forgotten Books, …

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On Going Analogue and What We Value

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The allure of analogue is not all that strange, or is it? Fujifilm was selling a million units of Instax products in …

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Why Photography is So Unabating and Frenzied Today

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Back in 2014, Mary Meeker from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers announced that on a daily basis we were uploading 1.8 billion …