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

Sep 27, 2016

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

Sep 25, 2016

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
'My eyes are in my heart': Blind photographer Joao Maia covers Rio Paralympics 2016

Sep 11, 2016

'My eyes are in my heart': Blind photographer Joao Maia covers Rio Paralympics 2016

Joao Maia is one of many talented photographers covering the Rio Paralympics, but with a twist: he can't see what he shoots. #Photography #Paralympics #Paralympics 2016 #Rio Paralympics 2016 #Rio Paralympics #Engenhao athletics stadium #Joao Maia
Indian colleges want African dollars but not necessarily the Africans: Mahesh Shantaram

Sep 10, 2016

Indian colleges want African dollars but not necessarily the Africans: Mahesh Shantaram

Mahesh Shantaram has trained his lens on African students living in India. His objective: to highlight the racism that the community faces. #Photography #discrimination #Racism #FWeekend #Africans in India #Mahesh Shantaram #racism against Africans #issue-based photography
Fabricated reality: Steve McCurry and the scandal of altered photographs

May 16, 2016

Fabricated reality: Steve McCurry and the scandal of altered photographs

I am sure that there are images in Steve McCurry’s vast collection that are unaltered yet brilliant. However, I feel let down by the fact that he had created a false reality #Ethics #CriticalPoint #Photoshop #Photography #Steve McCurry #reality #The unguarded moment #Post processing #editing photos #photoshopping
1000 words: Rare photos on view in 'Legacy of Photojournalism -- The Deepak Puri Collection'

Apr 30, 2016

1000 words: Rare photos on view in 'Legacy of Photojournalism -- The Deepak Puri Collection'

Culled from the collection Deepak Puri, 'Legacy of Photojournalism' is an exhibition that includes works from 30 photographers, including Raghu Rai #Life #Raghu Rai #Time #Tasveer #Photography #Pico Iyer #photojournalism #FWeekend #Times-Life #Deepak Puri #James Nachtwey #Sebastião Salgado #Tarq #Museum of Art & Photography
Beyond the desert: Rajasthan through the photos of Sudhir Kasliwal

Apr 16, 2016

Beyond the desert: Rajasthan through the photos of Sudhir Kasliwal

Noted photographer Sudhir Kasliwal's photos on Rajasthan are being displayed at Bikaner House in New Dealhi, as part of an exhibition titled 'Wander Lens' #Rajasthan #Photography #Pushkar #Jaipur #Sudhir Kasliwal #Hawa Mahal #Amer
Obituary: Father of African photography, Malick Sidibe, dies at 80

Apr 15, 2016

Obituary: Father of African photography, Malick Sidibe, dies at 80

In 2007, he was the first African and the first photographer to be awarded the Golden Lion Award for Lifetime Achievement at the Venice film festival. #InMemoriam #Africa #Photography #Mali #Venice Film Festival #Audrey Azoulay #Malick Sidibe