How does one make money through photography, and how does one make lots of it?
“Sometimes it takes several kinds of experiences, some good and some lousy, for you to discover your footing in the larger scheme of things.”
The Editor talks about the layers of meaning that a photographer is able to instill in a photograph.
Back in 2002, I was graduating from high school, and I decided to make pictures of the day.
The editor, on the joy of monsoons.
The Editor talks about the most valuable gift that cameras give us—memories.
Last month, I decided to disappear.
The Editor speaks about hitting blocks and the ways in which we can deal with our creative paralyses.
K Madhavan Pillai elaborates upon the the 10,000 hour rule.
K Madhavan Pillai speaks about how a photograph can capture a sliver of time.
K Madhavan Pillai questions how we view a picture and how to judge the merits or demerits of a photograph. Find out how to rise beyond the simplistic viewpoints of just good and bad.