10 Years in the making – The short story of an image

I am intrigued by textures, shapes and colour shifts in nature. Over time your environment changes and nothing stays the same. These leaves are in my garden and I watched them for 10 years. It’s a common plant actually, not one I like as its flowers are below the leaves. They are efficient spider and… Continue reading

Fine art photography has become a commodity

Photography is a commodity. It lost its rarity value. It lost depth of thought. There was a time when a printed portrait of your family was placed at the center of a room. It was unique, expensive and something to admire. photography was something that was too complicated to comprehend technically and left to experts… Continue reading

Evolutionary changes in evaluating photographic equipment

I find technology intriguing. Be it a camera, lens, flash or other marvellous piece of mechanical engineering that I can drool over. We are a specie that is driven towards improvement, be it technological or spiritual. Although the basis of this drive is our genetic make-up, it is exploited by ingenious corporate marketing. When I… Continue reading

The only thing you MUST do is die and who is John Galt

“Who is John Galt?” If you know who John Galt is, you know who wrote the title. In my opinion she stands for the ultimate freedom anyone can have. To be able to do your own thing and not be bothered by corporate bullshit will levitate faster than Red Bull Wingzzz.  And obviously doing your… Continue reading