This has been a exciting week. Firstly I was introduced to the work of Armenian Photographer – Ara Oshagan who I interviewed today in the ICP Library, discussing more about his work, motives and the craft behind it all. Ara is the photographer behind the book “Father Land”. Stunningly intimate, spontaneous and emotional, this work […]Read more "Notes For The Week : Fatherland & Exiles"
“If there is going to be a revolution, there must be a party” A few days ago, Akshay reviewed Cristina d Middel’s much praised (and extremely difficult to find) photobook “The Afronauts”. For those who like, and collect, photobooks, “The Afronauts” is one of the big fishes, the trophy that we would like to get […]Read more "Constellation Cafe Books : Party – Quotations from Chairman Mao Tsetung"
Greetings from Delhi. Its a lovely comfortable 48 degrees celsius and if you’re stuck home, maybe looking to entertain yourself, here are a few tips! Shoot some super high iso film in these hot nights There is no way you’re shooting in the hot daylight. So try some high iso films in the night. If […]Read more "5 Things To Do This Summer"
Yesterday was the last day for India Art Fair in NSIC grounds, Okhla, New Delhi. The biggest art festival in India and its something you can’t afford to miss. And luckily I was back from Vrindavan with just one day to spare for the festival. There are not many photographs to share nor is there […]Read more "India Art Fair : 2013"
Sublime, beautiful and poetically attentive is what I think of her work. Her water colors are full of life yet never chaotic. Curious as a child, she’s always traveling, making notes and sketching the most vivid of urbanscapes. I am happy to introduce you to Suhita Shirodkar on Constellation Cafe. Q.Tell me a little about […]Read more "CC Conversations : Suhita Shirodkar"
Some time ago I posted some images from my recent experimental shoot. I thought I should also show you what the finals look like. I showed these pictures to a friend who said that she needed to know the context and the theme to understand these images. But then I believe that the very visual […]Read more "The Disappearing Act : Scene II"
Dark, intense yet personal, these words may somehow describe his work in terms of the look. But as you look through more and more of his pictures, you’re drawn into the fragility of each moment. Its amazing how he picks to show the world in contrasting yet inherently singular images, carefully looking into his own […]Read more "CC Conversations : Andreas Kaiser"
She’s has the ability of instantaneously transporting you to another world. The world of dreams, the world of bare soulful images and thoughts of love frozen in time. Look at her work and you see drama, sexuality and composure. But those who look deeper see a whole another world flowing with emotions and subtle poems […]Read more "CC Conversations : Penny Felts"
Catalog Number : 008 Reviewed By : Meghana Kulkarni Film Name : Kodak Gold 200 Format : 120 / 135 / Instant : 135 Speed (ISO) : 200 Color / Slide / BW : Color Processing (C41 / E6 / BW) : C41 Color Exaggeration (R/G/B) : Softens blues Availability (In Production / Back Stock […]Read more "The Film Pharmacist : Kodak Gold 200"
About 3 years ago, I just happened to catch a interview midway on the tele, a lady walking about with the host discussing how photographs are made not by the camera’s we use but the books we read, the music we listen to and our exposures in our lives I didn’t know who that lady […]Read more "Audience Questions"