“I am after mastery of what I want to do; that is, I want to be able to do what I want to do, and do it well.”–Walker Evans
“What you capture is not measured in milliseconds and finite space, but often in hours, years, and light years. And it could be from hundreds of years in the past.”–K Madhavan Pillai
“It presents itself quietly, by simply existing somewhere in the fringes of our consciousness.”–K Madhavan Pillai
Conchita Fernandes on making memories while photographing her family and on looking for happiness.
What are you doing right now?
Raj Lalwani ponders over the merits of feeling empty.
“No other art form can show humanity to humanity, with such disquieting directness.”
“A friendship needs no pretence, explanations, excuses, or apologies… neither does the practice of photography.”
“Isn’t every frame an accident, perhaps of our own choosing?”–K Madhavan Pillai
“Photography seems to be a simpler art, until one starts calculating the measure and worth of all those missed moments.”–K Madhavan Pillai
“In the impersonal melee of getting a picture, a dialogue with the subject, and with oneself, and a critical sense of judgement is often lost.”– K Madhavan Pillai
“Capturing an excellent frame is all about being disappointed.”–K Madhavan Pillai