Monthly Archives: March 2013

Leading upto a print.

Our primary goal here at the residency is to experiment with printing. But if the images are interesting enough, the printing process becomes even more exciting. So I have decided to give myself just 2 more weeks for photographing while … Continue reading

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Toning My Blues

Firsts are always important, isn’t it? – the first morsel of food, the first word, the first step, the first day at school, the first kiss and that oh-so-important first love. And so it is with this – this first … Continue reading

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New kid on the block

So now I’m the newest member on the Cyanotype bandwagon. Everyone’s printing one and I just had to get my hands on the negative of one of Vivek’s lovely pictures for his Pao story and try printing it as a … Continue reading

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जीवाश्म का साक्ष्य(मत्स्य) (THE MATSYA)

शीर्षक:- “मत्स्य” जीवाश्म  का  साक्ष्य(मत्स्य) Evidence of  Fossil  (THE MATSYA) निगेटिव -, प्रवेश द्वार अनुरेखण कागज(gateway tracing paper) आकार:- 48″ x 18″ (12″ x 18″चार चित्र  एक साथ ) पिछले चार पाँच दिन बड़ा ही उत्साह  वर्धक रहा “अर्पण दा” मुझे … Continue reading

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Experimenting with Cyanotypes

Although cyanotype isn’t my chosen process I wished to experiment with it by using a high contrast negative. This is a shot from my story on the Pao makers, from a bakery at Calangute. I followed the same process of … Continue reading

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Toning my Cyanotype with Haritaki

As beautiful as Cyanotypes are, the blue tone tends to overpower the image a little too much sometimes. Mr. Arpan Mukherjee’s workshop turned out to be just the thing I was looking for. As a part of the extensive work … Continue reading

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The Haiku Odyssey (第三番目)

Bicholim to Sanquilim on a beautiful cloudy day – what a great walk it was! Here’s my Haiku tribute to a fantastic day that ended with a lunch at Panjim and some unbelievably lovely memories: By lane treachery Mud-tar-brick-stone in … Continue reading

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