Photography

“To photograph is to hold one’s breath, when all faculties converge to capture fleeting reality. It’s at that precise moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy.”
― Henri Cartier-BressonThe Mind’s Eye: Writings on Photography and Photographers

Sayan Mondal‘s mini album: Close To Our Birds

Photographer’s Note: The photographs in this ‘Close to Our Birds’ series aim to capture the intimate expressions of a variety of birds, reflecting their natural flair and attitude. The lively and boundless spirit of birds always have inspired us either by their eye-catching colour, musical tone, or more often than not by their flamboyant diving…

Purna Mukherjee‘s album: Walking In Japan

Photographer’s Note: These photos were taken in Japan. Japan is all about art, religion, culture and of course cats with an endless curiosity for the future. It’s a perfect place for a harmonious existence of the old and the new. Japanese people know that to grow they must respect their past and make room for…

Mathias Nyberg‘s mini album: Stand Behind A Child

Photographer’s note: The children have the most curious gaze. They experience the new like no other, fuelled by their inherent curiosity. Following their gaze often brings a new perspective to an otherwise ordinary scene. The simple hole becomes the door to a fantasy land, a wooden door becomes the rabbit hole of the mad-hatter. The…