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Why I Do What I Do

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If I am to answer that quintessential question, just to myself, it leaves me in a quandary, not because I don’t know …

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The Art of Saying Goodbye

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Photographs are like goodbye notes. We press the shutter and bid farewell to the moment that’s elapsed. But they are greetings as …

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My Very First Wedding Assignment

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Years ago, in the good old days of film and analogue cameras, I did a few wedding photography assignments, admittedly for the …

What is the Value of a Photograph?

Supriya Joshi

What are you doing right now?

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The Lost Photograph

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A pair of worn sandals under the chair next to the window. They were constant companions to my grandfather’s walking stick, hooked …

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Let’s Be in a Hurry to Slow Down

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I have always wanted to fly, and sometimes, when I have a camera in my hand, my imagination takes flight. That is …

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Photography as Social Movement

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To many, photography is a profession. It is a means to make a living. To others, it is a quest for the …

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Another Year, Another Moment of Reflection

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I blinked my eyes on 1 January 2015, and I was transported straight to the end of November 2015… or at least …

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How it All Began with a Scribble…

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Even before I began to learn to write, I was drawing, or rather scribbling. From what I remember, my first impressions on …

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The Meaning of Being a Photographer

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When love for something is so powerful that words fail to describe it, a new language must evolve. What emerges is often …

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We’re All Photographers. Are We All Photographers?

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Once Google Glass takes off, people may utter, “Glass, take a picture,” more often than talk to each other. It is already …