Catalog Number : 023 Reviewed By : Me! Akshay Bhoan Film Name : Polaroid 664 B&W Instant Film Format : 120 / 135 / Instant : 3 ¼ x 4 ¼ in – Instant Speed (ISO) : 100 Color / Slide / BW : BW Processing (C41 / E6 / BW) : None Color Exaggeration (R/G/B) : None Availability […]Read more "The Film Pharmacist : Polaroid 664 B&W Instant Film"
The last few days have been very kind in terms of finds and acquisitions. Firstly now my Canon kit is now loaded with a fantastic 24-70 2.8 L lens. Its freaking fantastic and I love it. Is it better than my super fav 50mm 1.4? Not really, its not comparable in terms of sharpness or […]Read more "Something Old Something New"
Is it the love for the stories by Kipling, Ruskin Bond, E.M Foster and Dalrymple or is it plain nostalgia, I can’t really say. All I know is that there are images by Derry Moore which left me speechless when I first discovered them online. Soon I was trying to find out more about them […]Read more "Constellation Cafe Books : Evening Ragas"
Casual photographs sometimes revel a state of mind more clear than a meditative state can. Recently I shot with two of my dear friends. And just like that, these pictures were almost an extension of my older series, as if the missing pieces of the chemistry I was trying to find. Just one thing to […]Read more "Dreams & Whispers"
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"
Ok, that is a lame heading but its a really serious issue. Specially with people like me who suffer from Gimme-more-camer-o-mania. This basically means that I (and so many people I know) suffer from the habit of buying cameras even if they are only used about 2-3 times a year. So what happens to me […]Read more "Multiple Cameras : Blessing Or Curse"
Sometimes we can never know what life has in store for us. Our paths twisting and turning, sometimes ending up in new places never imagined. And surprisingly we realize that this is where we want to be. Edward Olive was never a photographer, he was an actor looking to shoot some head shots for himself. […]Read more "CC Conversations : Edward Olive"