We started the second day much earlier, hoping to attend more sessions. Before I continue I just want to point out that this chronology might not be accurate and I think I have two days photos mixed up in this post. So if you’re looking to check a specific author, please visit the festival website. […]Read more "Jaipur Literature Festival : Books & Photographs II"
There is a very specific characteristic softness in the portraits by Bresson. Technically its easy to see that the softness comes from his Leica lens but its really important to understand that he chose to work with softness. The Inner Silence – The Portraits of Henri Cartier Bresson explores the same softness and the idea […]Read more "Constellation Cafe Books : An Inner Silence – The Portraits of Henri Cartier Bresson"
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 : 009 Reviewed By : Me! Film Name : Ilford Pan 100 Format : 120 / 135 / Instant : 135 Speed (ISO) : 100 Color / Slide / BW : BW Processing (C41 / E6 / BW) : BW Color Exaggeration (R/G/B) : None Availability (In Production / Back Stock / Discontinued) […]Read more "The Film Pharmacist : Ilford Pan 100"
Exploring the male form has always been extremely challenging. Much because there has always been a stereotype mindset with how the men should be seen, cold, brutal and masculine. And as most artist swerve towards the females, there are always a few masters with the eye and the brilliance to see beyond the blunt spartan […]Read more "CC Conversations : Gregor AKA BƛƬƲĐΐƧƮƐ"
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"