Posts Tagged ‘Better Photography magazine’
Eternal Love (Part 1): The First Hello
It all begins in a fraction of a second. It is a moment intense enough to be almost revelation, and yet so …
Recipe for a Gobsmacking Photo
Pick a point of allure. Throw in a handful of fascination. A bunch of appreciation. A lot of passion ripened almost to …
Pictures that Make You Smile
A special message from our editor on World Photography Day.
The Singular Truth about Great Photography
“The greatest acts of love are also viewed, by those who don’t understand, as the most far reaching acts of self-fulfillment.”
Why The Unattainable Is Good For You
Have you ever noticed that the ‘ideal’ camera usually happens to be out of your budget?
Realisations on Contrasts and Change
I love Mumbai. It struck me on my second day at photokina, in Cologne, Germany. More than being home to my family, …
Six Simple Rules of Making Money Through Photography
How does one make money through photography, and how does one make lots of it?
A Love Affair with Black and White
K Madhavan Pillai elaborates on the love affair that quite a few photographers have with black and white photography.
Editor K Madhavan Pillai shares his thoughts on the event of the 16th Anniversary issue of Better Photography.
The Virtue Of Turning 11
In this editorial from June 2008, K Madhavan Pillai talks about the time Better Photography turned 11. He talks about how the number 11 is potent and lists what made the magazine a success.