Author Archives: Suyog Ketkar

About Suyog Ketkar

He is a certified technical communicator. He believes that writing continues to be an easy-to-do-but-difficult-to-master job. In his work time, he proudly dons the “enabler” cape. In his non-work time, he dons many hats including one of a super-busy father.

Shades of Yellow

That tiny promise Of the first gleaming Sun. From behind everything Through the horizon. That rising king to the throne. Changing hues of Orange From amber to blonde From bumblebee to corn. That Tuscany artwork Of embroidered ochre borders And … Continue reading

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Movie in Review: Kedarnath

Long story short, success is a team’s effort. And, so is Kedarnath, a story inspired by real-life events. Kedarnath is an account of those few occasions that make us realize how tiny and powerless we are in comparison to the might of nature. Not all is lost, though: amidst the sludge full of dirt, debris, and dead bodies, it is the memories, faith, and Kedarnath temple that continue to stay tall. Forever. Continue reading

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Contribution to STC India Annual Conference 2018

I transform complex
technical information into
some simple, usable chunks
of actionable items. I help
people do wonderful things. Continue reading

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What I Look for in a Story?

Delight lies at the crossroads of the seeker’s past or present: at a previously recited story (or tradition) that connects common threads. Continue reading

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The Child Never Died

The child in me has never died, for When the morning, gleaming Sun shines, The aroma of each new day brings a new smile. Thoughts unbound. Countless dreams. Coloring the milestones ahead in my stride. Lives genuinely appear truthful to … Continue reading

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Top 3 Things I Look for in B/W Portrait Photography

I have been practicing black and white (B/W) portrait photography since as long as I got my DSLR. In fact, for that very purpose, I had purchased a 50mm f1.8 prime even before I got my DSLR. I knew it … Continue reading

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