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Photographer Man Ray ( Emmanuel Radnitzky ), made this portrait of Coco Chanel in 1935. It can be purchased from the Man Ray Trust and prints are available in collections with many art galleries across the world. The image below that I’ve used for this blog post, is from the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía website. Her hands in the…
Having recently showcased at my first ever on-ground photography exhibition, I realized that the vendor I had sourced the prints and frames from, had not sprayed sealing varnish on the prints properly. If you hold the frame in front of a light and tilt it, on the surface of the print, you can see that the spray had been done…
Till about three weeks ago, I hadn’t even heard of a “Certificate Of Authenticity“. Definitely not in correlation to artwork or photo prints. But then I had my very first photography exhibition to setup on-ground and suddenly felt quite clueless. Jai, who is a painter and an artist, and someone I’ve known for a while on Twitter, generously gave me…
At my first ever photo exhibition, an art-lover bought one of the limited edition prints! This “making a sale at your first ever exhibition” is supposed to be a big deal but it feels like an even bigger deal. Especially when we’d gone in with the expectation of zero sales – we’d gone in thinking we’d take a lot of…
In the first week of November, I did my first ever photo exhibition. EVER. It had been a long time coming. ( Now that it actually happened, it feels like no big deal – that I was worried about it unnecessarily – although, a major part of the credit goes to Antje Pfahl, who organized TEDxGurugram and gave me space…
After having thought about this idea for all of five minutes, here it is on the blog. I miss looking at print magazines. I LOVE print. As a photographer, apart from the convenience of being able to share my photography portfolio online for international clients to see – without my having to bear the cost of shipping portfolio books far…
Writing book reviews is fun. And I don’t mean that THAT simplistically. The entire process is fun. Especially when one is writing on a deadline, for a publication like Business Today. From getting to choose the book, to ordering it, receiving next-day-delivery from Amazon, enjoying reading the book, drafting the review and submitting it. To finally getting to look at…
Never having been a direct employee of the Starwood brand, it might seem odd that I am blogging about their #StarwoodProud initiative as the brand bids goodbye after having been bought over by Marriott. But my association with the brand as a photographer and / blogger was so strong that at one point – and even now – I consider myself…
After a mostly rainy night at Kaying, we started for Aalong at 0830 hours. It’s a two hour drive from Kaying to Aalong and the road is complete shit in patches and completely buttery as you get closer to Aalong. Kaying is a fairly large village spread out for many kilometers toward Aalong. Once we were in Aalong at about…
Lately, Instagram has become one of my go-to platform for sharing photographs. The Naina.co blog remains the number one place to see everything I do and write about – like this post – but Instagram is one of those dedicated social platforms that I enjoy posting to and I also enjoy looking at the work of other international photographers. Since…
Pranita Kocharekar is a visual artist & illustrator and I love her book of illustrated postcards called Until Next Time.
Cosmopolitan India Magazine feature and interview with Dove’s #ChooseBeautiful Campaign. And I’m in it!
Harper’s Bazaar India invited me and Komal to share our social media experience with their team. We talked about transitioning between print & digital, relevance and authenticity and figuring out which social network / platform works best for each brand.
Luxurious letterheads by Moo.com From their Luxe collection. One side printed with some of my selected black and white photographs and the other side, blank, to be written on. To be sent to a select few only!