Welcome to Tiffinbox!
Tiffinbox is a blog for image makers – those who use photography or moving images to express and communicate their vision of the world, with the world.
What’s a "tiffinbox"?
Well, it’s a container [a glorified lunch-box] used widely in India to conveniently carry yummy food to work, school or a picnic. I grew up in India where I carried one to school everyday. Lunch, may have been the highlight of my day, because of the surprises that awaited me inside.
My Tiffinbox hopes to be a feast for your eyes and mind. I’ll promise to feed you only small, healthy spoonfuls of information that you’ll find useful.
What’s with the logo?
The logo depicts me, Seshu, as a dabbawallah resting on a tiffinbox. Dabbawallahs are the guys who transport and distribute thousands of these lunch boxes to working men and women in Mumbai, India. Seshu in real life doesn’t wear a topi. If you are, however, interested in sporting this logo on a t-shirt? Contact us!
Who is behind Tiffinbox?
Seshu is a Connecticut family portrait photographer. He works behind the scenes to gather, link and publish information that you might find interesting.
Seshu welcomes and strongly encourages guest bloggers to submit articles of common interest for publication. Write for Tiffinbox!
If you feel that you are benefiting from the information shared here, please support the website by buying an e-book listed in the sidebar. Both the Flash Photography and Craft & Vision e-books are truly top class. Also your generosity, large or small, is greatly appreciated.
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I’m a Bangalore based photographer, just started out professionally and looking to work on interesting projects. I’d love to get connected!
Ramesh Ramakrishnan Iyer says
the tiff-in box is good idea; did you know that there are such boxed tiffin sets with lovely designs in singapore and Malaysia as well – peranakan style – check then out..
one of the best places for down to earth info! :]
Thank you, Pavithra! It’s great that you keep coming back. If you have any topic ideas, please email me. Would love for you to guest blog again.
Agnel Antony says
one of the neat, informational, straight forward blog for photographers I stumbled upon in recent year..really great info..!
Very nice blog..! looking forward to reading more :)