Posts Tagged ‘K Madhavan Pillai’
Observations & Questions
K Madhavan Pillai looks back at photokina and ponders over where we’re headed.
Learnings From The Canon Way
At CP+ 2012, K Madhavan Pillai explores the Japanese work culture and way of life, to apply their principles to the business of photography.
The Way of Tea
In this April 2011 editorial, the Editor talks about extending the elaborate Japanese ritual of the tea ceremony to photography.
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 …
On Professions in Photography and Success
The Editor talks about the number of careers associated with photography and of success.
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 …
Lessons from Evans
“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