After I’m Red, I Get Blue
K Madhavan Pillai talks about how all our images are nothing but a composition of various colours and yet we tend to take it them for granted in this May 2008 editorial.
Starting Out Simple
If you are new to photography, Conchita Fernandes talks about the importance of setting simple targets.
Camera Buying Advice for the Enthusiast
K Madhavan Pillai guides you through buying your very first professional camera and gives some priceless advice for photo-enthusiasts.
The Two Ends, and the Means
Especially those who have practiced photography with film and then later with digital cameras are usually more keenly aware of the inherent …
What it’s Like to Photograph with ADHD
Talking about his father’s influence on him, Robert Adams said, “One of the first lessons I had was if you sit still …
On Art, Photography, and Cinema
There is a certain place and mindspace for all forms of art and I cannot imagine one replace the other, even in …
Taking a Page from History
In this editorial from April 2008, editor K Madhavan Pillai talks about how cameras developed from camera obscures that needed eight hour exposures to the D300 which shoots at 6 frames per second and yet the basic principles of choosing a camera remains the same.