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I will continue to support all projects that bring about positive changes for Pakistan but I don't have to be part of a political party to do so

Deepak Perwani

Speak to your subject, get to know him and then try to portray his personality.

Gautam Rajadhyaksha (Photographer)

A portrait is a conversation between two people on either side of the lens.

Gautam Rajadhyaksha (Photographer)

A moment in photography can be about action or emotion.

Gautam Rajadhyaksha (Photographer)

I look for unpredictable beauty. That's why my favourite muse was Nutan. Her beauty was simplistic. While Madhuri's so spontaneous.

Gautam Rajadhyaksha (Photographer)

It's been a great journey clicking beautiful women of Bollywood. 

Gautam Rajadhyaksha (Photographer)

While shooting I've made great friends with my muses, they've been part of my journey.

Gautam Rajadhyaksha (Photographer)

I still remember how gratifyingly warm the thrown up earth felt against my spine.

Madhaviah Krishnan (Photographer)

I realise that an elephant’s hide is thicker than mine, but perhaps it is sensitive to thermal sensations.

Madhaviah Krishnan (Photographer)

The average educated adult knows little or nothing of the teeming plant and animal life of the country, and cares less.

Madhaviah Krishnan (Photographer)

Livestock does not interest him, and the world is to him a place which holds only human beings. 

Madhaviah Krishnan (Photographer)

He can never make friends with a hill or a dog, and if he has no one to talk to, no book to read, and no gadget to turn and unturn, he is quite lost. School education is solidly to blame for all this.

Madhaviah Krishnan (Photographer)

If photography had been an Indian invention, I believe that seeing in colour would never have posed the theoretical or artistic problems perceived by Western photographers

Raghubir Singh (Photographer)

The India that I set out to photograph was not the India reflected in the lenses of the British colonial photographers but the India in the dew drop that Tagore talked of, the dew drop that mirrors India’s geography: the mountain, the monsoon, the plain, the plateau and the wide web of rivers

Raghubir Singh (Photographer)

My father’s Arab stallions were sold off; the horse carriages began to rot. Our joint family broke up, our large haveli-house became fragmented. I saw no future in staying on

Raghubir Singh (Photographer)

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