K Madhavan Pillai writes about how to negotiate with truth and reality through photographs.
K Madhavan Pillai questions how we view a picture and how to judge the merits or demerits of a photograph. Find out how to rise beyond the simplistic viewpoints of just good and bad.
K Madhavan Pillai writes about the irony of plenty and how our quest for creativity is effected by the availability or unavailability of options.
K Madhavan Pillai asks the question ‘why’ and tells you how you can develop intent within the frame.
K Madhavan Pillai talks about how it is important to train the ‘eye’ and allow the ‘I’ to go beyond the experience of seeing.
At CP+ 2012, K Madhavan Pillai explores the Japanese work culture and way of life, to apply their principles to the business of photography.
K Madhavan Pillai speaks about how a photograph can capture a sliver of time.
In this April 2011 editorial, the Editor talks about extending the elaborate Japanese ritual of the tea ceremony to photography.