Posts Tagged ‘Edit note’

An Expansion of Thought, Narrowing of Approach

K Madhavan Pillai

“Capturing an excellent frame is all about being disappointed.”–K Madhavan Pillai

On the Infinitesimal, Fleeting and Momentary

K Madhavan Pillai

“Happenstance. A situation that gets noticed out of thousands that don’t, each day.”–K Madhavan PIllai

Staring Through a Viewfinder

K Madhavan Pillai

“…where more is understood in an instant of relating quietly within the confines of a frame.”–K Madhavan Pillai

An Undeniable Photo of the Dying of Dreams

K Madhavan Pillai

“I should have left this page blank, for once.”–K Madhavan Pillai

Why Should Photography be any Different?

K Madhavan Pillai

“Do photographers believe that they are cut cut from a different cloth?”–K Madhavan Pillai

When Does a Photograph Stop Being a Self Portrait?

K Madhavan Pillai

“If every image is a reflection of who you are as a photographer, the question to ask is if you recognise who you see in that mirror.”–K Madhavan Pillai

Good Photography is Always a Choice

K Madhavan Pillai

“Photography stands apart from other arts, because it is impossible to replicate the work of another photographer, or even a single photograph.”

Discovering the Wonderful Joy of Books

K Madhavan Pillai

“There is a beauty to an old book, or even an old paperback novel, which you will certainly not find with an old iPad.”

A Private Photo Gallery with a Difference

K Madhavan Pillai

“I was pleasantly aware of being one of them… anonymous, alone and on my own clock.”–K Madhavan Pillai

In the Reading of Photographs

K Madhavan Pillai

“A strict adherence to process and rules has a danger of making a photographer ‘too focused’.”

Finding Comfort in the Abandoned

Conchita Fernandes

“My cellphone does not judge who I am. It lets me be who I need to be with myself and gives me the freedom of choosing who I am with others.”


Gagged, Abused and Caged. The Writing is on the Wall.

By on in Perspectives

India, Pakistan and Bangladesh… bound by a common history and beset by issues that plague the ‘majority world’. The term of reference, …