“The biggest tragedy lies in the deliberate unravelling of a photograph and reducing it to a bunch of words.”
“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.”
Raj Lalwani ponders over why the act of recounting an anecdote is much like making a picture.
Martin Parr lists down some of the most commonly photographed subjects. Read this in case you think your photography is becoming predictable.
An excerpt from the late Madhaviah Krishnan’s book ‘Eye in the Jungle’ of him recounting a very special moment in the wild.