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Record supermoon to adorn night-sky: Chance for dramatic photos and spectacular surf

Updated : Nov 14, 2016

By : AFP

Category : World

Record supermoon to adorn night-sky: Chance for dramatic photos and spectacular surf

An unusually large and bright Moon will adorn the night sky on Monday — the closest "supermoon" to Earth in 68 years. #India #Paris #Asia #Astronomy #Earth #Moon #Photography #Supermoon #Northern Ireland #Paris Observatory #Armagh Observatory #Moon trajectory
Wildlife photographer Nayan Khanolkar: 'Ignore nature, and you'll have to pay a price'

Updated : Nov 12, 2016

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Category : Life

Wildlife photographer Nayan Khanolkar: 'Ignore nature, and you'll have to pay a price'

Mumbai-based wildlife photographer Nayan Khanolkar was one of the winners of the prestigious Wildlife Photography Awards. He tells us how he got the picture of the leopard, that won him the prize. #Photography #BNHS #Wildlife #Wildlife conservation #Leopards #big cats #wildlife photography #FWeekend #environmental activism #Nayan Khanolkar #Wildlife Photography Awards
Works by two Iranian photographers raise questions on the nature, practice of photography

Updated : Nov 05, 2016

By : Ella Datta

Category : Life

Works by two Iranian photographers raise questions on the nature, practice of photography

The images of Babek Kazemi, Azadeh Akhlaghi, part of an exhibition called Staging the Past, provoke one to think of the changing practice of photography #Photography #photographers #Camera #FWeekend #Babek Kazemi #Azadeh Akhlaghi #Staging The Past
Life in troubled waters: These photos document ravages of pollution, climate change on India's coast

Updated : Oct 23, 2016

By : Rohini Nair

Category : Life

Life in troubled waters: These photos document ravages of pollution, climate change on India's coast

In his photo series 'Life In Trouble Waters' photojournalist Selvaprakash Lakshmanan has documented the effects of climate change, pollution and other natural and man-made crises along the coastal areas of India #climate change #Photography #Ecology #coastal #Indian coast #Indian coastline #photojournalism #FWeekend #environmental activism #environmental photography #Life In Troubled Waters #photo essay #Selvaprakash Lakshmanan
Closing the gap: Jannatul Mawa highlights class differences in Dhaka in a new photo series

Updated : Oct 22, 2016

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Category : Life

Closing the gap: Jannatul Mawa highlights class differences in Dhaka in a new photo series

Bangladesh-based photographer Jannatul Mawa subtly highlights class differences between homeowners and their domestic helpers in a new series called 'Close Distance' #Bangladesh #domestic help #Dhaka #Photography #Social inequality #Social Justice #photojournalism #FWeekend #documentary photography #class inequalities #welfare of domestic help #Close Distance #Jannatul Mawa
The Window Seat Project offers a look at India, from the vantage point of Indian Railways

Updated : Oct 15, 2016

By : Ankita Maneck

Category : Life

The Window Seat Project offers a look at India, from the vantage point of Indian Railways

The crowdsourced photography project Window Seat Project' documents the sights, sounds and the journey of the Indian railway passenger. #Indian Railways #Photography #Digital photography #trains #Instagram #FWeekend #Window Seat Project #Shanu Babar #Indian travelouge
Red Bull Illume 2016: 11 pictures that will awe you and catch the best of sports action

Updated : Oct 06, 2016

By : FP Staff

Category : Photos

Red Bull Illume 2016: 11 pictures that will awe you and catch the best of sports action

The winners of Red Bull Illume Image Quest 2016, the world’s greatest action and adventure sports photography contest were unveiled recently. Here are the awe-inspiring images #ImagesOfTheDay #Photography #action #Adventure Sports #photojournalism #Red Bull Illume #photography contest #sports photography
Goddess, woman or both? This powerful photo series address Indian society's double standards

Updated : Sep 27, 2016

By : Reema Mukherjee

Category : Life

Goddess, woman or both? This powerful photo series address Indian society's double standards

A Mumbai-based photographer has released a photo-series that compares Indian women to the Indian goddess, to reveal our double standards. #Photography #Kali #Artist #Indian society #goddess #Shareworthy #Photo-series
The Sikh Project: Photographers Amit-Naroop are documenting a community's identity

Updated : Sep 25, 2016

By : Ankita Maneck

Category : Life

The Sikh Project: Photographers Amit-Naroop are documenting a community's identity

Photographers Amit Amin and Naroop Jhooti are chronicling the 'Sikh identity' through portraits of men and women from the community, in the US (where their work is known as The Sikh Project), and previously in the UK (where their series was called The Singh project) #September 11 attacks #9/11 #Photography #discrimination #Racism #Sikh Coalition #Sikh community #Portraits #FWeekend #Amit and Naroop #The Singh Project #The Sikh Project #Amit Amin #Naroop Jhooti #People Who Play #portrait photography
Lens on Bhutan: Serena Chopra's images capture a country and culture in transition

Updated : Sep 17, 2016

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Category : Life

Lens on Bhutan: Serena Chopra's images capture a country and culture in transition

Serena Chopra's images of Bhutan, taken over 12 years, capture a country in transition #Bhutan #Tasveer #Photography #photojournalism #FWeekend #Serena Chopra #Bhutan Echoes