Interview – Photographer Indrajit Khambe on finding his calling

Tell us a little bit about yourself?

My name is Indrajit Khambe. I was born and brought up in town named Kankavli, near the Maharashtra-Goa border. I completed my education in my town only. I graduated in commerce in 2001. When I was a child I was fascinated by 3 things. First was farming, the second was cricket and third was painting. My whole family had a farming background and my father was the first in a family who moved out of the village to a slightly bigger town Kankavli to take up a government job.

No one in my family had any background in arts. But somehow I feel that farming is also a creative process – equal to any art form. I wanted to pursue painting as a career but my parents did not support me. When I was a college going kid, I had developed an interest in computers. After completing my graduation in commerce, I started my own small business of computer repairing in 2001. Once I got involved in business, all my interests like painting and cricket got left behind.

25 tools I use to run Pixpa – my SaaS startup

As a startup founder, I find myself juggling between many responsibilities everyday. Without the right tools, it can get overwhelming. Over the years, I have zeroed down on a bunch of tools that help me stay on top of my work. I have tried to keep this list small and smart, with several tools exiting and new ones entering every year.

This list is meant to help you get on with the job of managing your day-to-day job of growing your business rather than wasting time on finding the right tools to manage the laundry list.

So let’s get on with it.

How to Start With PhotoBlogging

How Blogging can make you a Successful Photographer

Among elements paramount for a photographer, is a blogging platform. Without one, the photographer’s portfolio site is perhaps a tad bit incomplete.

Photographers might not always choose to communicate with their photographs. A blog gives that perfect platform for the photographer to express, inform and keep his audiences updated and engrossed. As such, the blog should be unique and specific, with relevant, capturing content, a blog name that appeals and relates to the character of the photographer or his photographs.


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