“When people become engrossed in what they are doing, they enter a state that is called ‘flow. Flow can be achieved by engaging in mental or physical activities that we value and that require us to concentrate fully to use our skills. When we enter a state of flow, we become absorbed and focused, and … Continue reading “Flow”
It has been over 18 months since I got off Instagram. And by doing so, I have managed to eliminate the popular influences on my work. It has been an excellent way to overcome the meaningless metrics that assign value to a personal creative effort.
I have been able to experiment more and create with relative freedom. This exploration has allowed me to narrow down my focus and find a visual language. Photography, nevertheless, is a journey in exploration, and it is an eternal exploration, and the search continues.
That said, I do miss sharing my efforts with others. I love the feedback, including constructive criticism. How else will I become a professional amateur? And despite having my homestead on the Internet, I find myself not sharing photos. It is because of some of the shortcomings of blogging as a format.
As an experiment, I will try and share photos at least twice and up to five times a week. There will be no titles. Just the date it was published. Unless otherwise stated, I use Lecia SL and an APO-Summicron-M 2/50 ASPH lens. Everything else doesn’t matter.
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January 27, 2022. San Francisco
A visual journey through Northern California’s Coastal Redwoods and its wild coastline. The world, we are told, was made especially for man — a presumption not supported by all the facts. — John Muir No matter how much you try, the mind and circumstances tend to conspire in ways to unsettle your soul. And when … Continue reading Walking Among The Giants
Standing on the edge of a cliff, I took my time setting up my tripod and camera in anticipation of a sunset. The light would soon be bathing the mountains in front of me, illuminating the confluence of the Indus and Zanskar rivers. One of the most beautiful sights my eyes had ever seen, the … Continue reading Why iPhone is today’s Kodak Brownie Camera
Every photo tells a story. And there is a story behind every image. As a writer, I found myself restricted by the social platforms when it came to telling that story.
I believe we all deserve more than a blink of an eye for our work. The web allows me to share higher quality images and gives you a chance to view them on a screen bigger than our phones.
I wanted to unshackle from the silver cage of social media, and that is why I started a small newsletter — to share my creative work.
I also sometimes share links to the work of other photographers, articles worth reading, and soon short chats with fellow photographers whose work I admire.
I hope you can join me on my journey and sign-up for this occasional newsletter.