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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 …

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In the Watching of Two Films

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I recently watched two movies that I remember from my childhood, back-to-back. The first was Sankarabharanam, a film in Telugu that was …

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Our Enduring & Short-lived Relationships With Places

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“Even places you know well can take on a touch of the unknown when you arrive there from a different direction.” These …

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A Way of Receiving

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A badly addled addict ambles undecidedly to some dim destination, stumbling on fragments of awareness. He even asks for a photo to …

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Where the Heart Lingers and the Shutter Flutters

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Family and friends, odds and ends, queer and dusty corners, curious cats, and belfries with bats. That’s my home. I have a …