Tag: On Photography

  • On Photography

    “Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst” – Henri Cartier Bresson.

    True, very true.

    If you started with a digital camera, make that your first 30,000. Perhaps even 50,000.

  • PhotoStories | Hipstamatised Kuala Lumpur

    As I mentioned in one of my previous posts, I’ve been travelling a whole lot recently. Most of it has been of the hectically-working-while-being-severely jet-lagged variety, which leaves little room (or consciousness) for taking pictures. On my last trip to Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) though, I was forced to slow down and take notice – by […]

  • PhotoStories | Itsy Bitsy News … And A Wee Landmark.

    It’s been a while since I last posted, but I’m content on two counts – one, that the last post continues to attract comments (thank you!) and two, that the gap hasn’t been in vain. I’ve been busy changing a few things around here, but to see them you’ll probably have to click through from […]

  • PhotoStories | A Year Full of Happiness

    Tadadadadaaan! Is that good text equivalent for a celebratory bugle? Because it’s birthday time and I am all set to party! I can hardly believe it but today marks one full year of Urban Legends! I started this little blog after two years of a foolish hiatus from all things creative, in which I’d let […]