Post a camera phone lens crack and fix, this is a brief account of my stepping back into mobile photography. Pardon my out of this world enthusiasm.
Opinion on (a conjecture drawn from) Digg’s newsletter editor failing to label a sponsored link and their subsequently advertised lookout for a new editor.
Random but meaningful thoughts on the Samsung Note 3 Android KitKat 4.4.2 update, and musings on wildfires, mobile phone photography at night and lots more.
Musings: we need to think twice before excluding stuff from our photographic frame for non-technical reasons or risk discarding that which would enrich our work.
Here is some more mobile photography: the results of my new-found admiration towards photographing with our handy everyday devices — smartphones.
A case for and against the feared death of classics, featuring The Beatles, Beethoven, Jan Kubelik, Beiber and other people whose works are alive and kicking.
Spending a day with nothing but his camera phone makes an amateur photographer realise how promising it would be to explore the world of mobile photography.
If agnosticism is defined based on knowledge rather than belief, is it a middle ground between theism and atheism? A conversation on Twitter attempts to answer.
An argumentative photo-essay (following part 1) on photography as an art, as ground zero for critics and how biased perceptions abound in the world of art.
Thoughts on going pro or being an amateur photographer. Why each option is better for two very different kinds of photographers. And can making money ever get along with making passionate photographs that you would love?
To err is human: a goof-up by the postal service makes one man think of all we would miss when machines of the future start to replace human post men.
Wally Pfister and Christopher Nolan part ways to direct their next films. How will the long-time teammates fare in a competition against each other in 2014?
As Ghost, a focused and beautiful blogging platform, is released publicly, here are a few ways in which it can improve; and why it must try to become more.
Addressing an e-mail I received, I outline my take on blogging, how ideas germinate into articles and the outlook you should hold as a blogger yourself.
Join me on a little aside quest to track down an old music cassette, a generation older than me, and surprisingly absent from the internet. Will the search succeed at all, or will it become a hunt for something clearly futile?
Opinion article on the current state of Indian politics: voters, voting systems, elections, how idealistic thoughts gain prominence and what’s the solution.
In 2014, as we go Swiss style, we take a moment to explain to you just what Swiss style is, what minimalism is and then we meet Ghosts and IDL members. Fun!
How a quick trip to meet an old acquaintance of several decades turned out to be more eye-opening than anybody would have asked for.
Why did a Facebook deserter who quit Instagram over a year go suddenly decide to return to the photo-sharing service despite its infamous TOS controversy?
Thoughts and reflections on buying and (ab)using a Kindle Paperwhite for a week at home and on a long journey; and appraised only as an avid reader could.
Thoughts on my photo book: printing, finishing, expectations, musings and more.
Join the author on a quest to re-create three photographs he had made some years back, in each case giving them slight twists and overcoming new obstacles.
For something as subjective as art, how would you decide the best judge of its excellence?
Hailed as one of the best dSLRs available today, does the Nikon D600 live up to expectations? Absolutely. Here’s why.
A look at where Genesis might be falling short of being the perfect WordPress framework and why Genesis, in its current state, is not for me, or possibly any code-loving, code-digging blogger with a lot of time on hand.