In conversation with photographer Randhir Singh, we discuss the critical aspects behind the cognisance of capturing a pertinent architectural photograph, as well as the methods which assist the process.
The following text is the edited transcript from the conversation with Randhir Singh, conducted on February 10th, 2021
Chapter 01: ORIGINS [00:20]
Part I – Education [00:27]
I studied architecture – in the US – and I worked as an architect for fifteen years, in New York. While I was working there, I started photographing the projects that our office was doing, (and) I photographed projects that my friends were doing, and it built that way. In college, I did a semester abroad in Italy, and that was actually the first time I really made pictures with any sort of seriousness. I had a little Cannon film camera, and we traveled all over the country and spent a lot of time in Rome.Continue reading RANDHIR SINGH: ON PHOTOGRAPHY