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.
I love Mumbai. It struck me on my second day at photokina, in Cologne, Germany. More than being home to my family, …
“Sometimes it takes several kinds of experiences, some good and some lousy, for you to discover your footing in the larger scheme of things.”
K Madhavan Pillai looks back at photokina and ponders over where we’re headed.