Because then you get — it’s familiarity that breeds contempt. Then you know the guy, and that’s why I say when I take pictures, “How I wish they are,” I say — You must have read Khalil Gibran. One of his lines says that “These children are not your children, are my children. They are the life’s longing for itself.”1 So, I like my images to reflect the life’s longing for itself and not Raghu Rai taking over the structure of the frame. Also, another important point that when you — that the image that — the space and moment that you’ve chosen when you give it back to life again, the life starts moving without a stutter, and it should be done with such purity and simplicity.2

  1. Cold Shower []
  2. Hate The Person You’re Talking About []
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