In over 17 years of blogging, I would say, 2016 was the year of least production. I guess, I wanted to write longer pieces and as a result was able to focus on a few things. Here are some of my favorite posts of the year. In case you missed these, do give them a read. I would greatly appreciate it. Continue reading “My favorite 10 blog posts of the year”
Chase Jarvis, a photographer and Internet personality once commented that the best camera is the one that is on you. He is right. When I was in Iceland recently, I spent way more time taking photos with my new iPhone 7 Plus camera, learning to put the new telephoto lens and portrait mode to good … Continue reading Again, iPhone is the default camera
My latest for the New Yorker about the mainstreaming of what is generically known as computational photography. This to me is the start of a new phase in photography and what it means. Have a read & tell your friends.
We are splintering what was the “camera” and its functionality—lens, sensors, and processing—into distinct parts, but, instead of lenses and shutters, software and algorithms are becoming the driving force.