Jayesh Sheth shares with us experiences from his almost three decade long journey- what it takesto survive and leave a mark in the gilded world of the Hindi filmmaking industry. From working witha star’s ‘image’ to bringing out ‘what lies underneath’ - having witnessed it all first hand, this year’srecipient of the Dadasaheb Phalke Award for lifetime contribution to Indian Cinema talks about hisinspirations, work mantra and what keeps him going.
MM sits down for a tete-a-tete with Tarun Vishwa, fashion photographer extraordinaire. His work has featured in eclectic and breath taking editorials in some of the most prestigious fashion magazines in the country and he is well on his way to becoming an international success. MM tries to decode his work ethic and shed light on the process of fashion photography as a career.
When Atul Kasbekar started his career as a commercial photographer in Mumbai ( Bombay ), he was faced with entrenched competitors, established schools of photography and star photographers with god-like authority over media and advertising clients. Within a short time, Atul's style of sass and sexy imagery began to excite designers, art directors and audiences around the world. Atul drifted from a ‘respectable' career path as a chemical engineer.