The monthly digital magazine aims to offer insights into the psyche of master photographers
Photographers are often asked about the equipment they use, while it’s common knowledge that a good camera and lens alone aren’t enough to produce arresting images. The conversation about photography needs to go beyond the redundant queries, believes Arvind Chenji, president of Telangana Photographic Society (TPC). Why not explore the thought process of the photographer when he/she decided to capture a moment for posterity? TPC’s first e-magazine called Focus (focusemag.com) attempts to do this through its in-depth interviews with master photographers. The magazine’s first edition deep dives into the work of Raghu Rai and Robb Kendrick.
Focus was launched on September 12 evening with an online attendance of photography enthusiasts. Focus is intended to be a monthly online magazine featuring interviews with both Indian and international photographers, an antique corner that narrates the story of an iconic camera, and an analysis of the life and work of an erstwhile photography legend (Homai Vyarawalla in the first edition). The magazine will also be featuring a contest, information on photography workshops and more.
Arvind had been planning to launch a photography magazine, in print, since he took over as president of TPC two years ago. “The common perception is that an image…
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