What excites you most about photography?

Adam Marelli, a New York born photographer, mentor and fine artist writes in depth article recently in online portal Amworkshops where he puts his views about Three Myths About Finding Your Photography Style, is a worth sharing. How do you develop your own style?  Most of the photography world make it seem like your style is hiding…

Overrated Sharpness in photography

Few of my photographer friends often discuss about sharpness of others’ photographs in tea and coffee shops. I listen, and give my opinions, if any, whenever possible. But the issue is very common and age old, Is sharpness of Photography really matters? Is it the only criteria of images that have life year after year?…

The Battle Between Candid and Creative Wedding Photography

Few months back I was reading an article in The Huffingtonpost ‘‘The Lie Of ‘Candid’ Wedding Photography In India” by Sanjukta Basu, a Writer, Photographer, Story Teller, Social Media Consultant and Feminist Scholar in which she has raised a question if so called ‘candid’ wedding photography is really candid. She writes: I have always wanted to…

Instagram : Ethics and Practice

Few days back I got a mail from one of the editorial stock image company as : ‘Dear Sauvik, We would like to remind that the use of mobile phones is strongly discourage except in situation where you witness a breaking news and you are not in the position of your real camera, and you…

Protect Your Images

In the age of digital exploration, there are no norms or ethics of using others work in various horizons. Works of visual artists are affected mostly, because of unsorted usage of their creativity. Most of the business enterprises, irrespective of the business volume, use images and creatives in illegal ways even not giving a courtesy…

10 Of The Greatest Living Street Photographers In The World

BoardPanda, online magazine of Art and Lifestyle recently posted an article on 10 of the Greatest Living Street Photographers in the World. Street Photography is a branch of realistic fine-art photography that records non posed scenes in public places. The primary subject is people, at rest or in motion, alone or with others, going about…