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Sep 13, 2019
In photos from Pathshala Institute, depictions of faith, community and nature in Indian subcontinentFirstpost got in touch with a few student photographers from Pathshala and examined their work, themes and perspectives in light of the crisis faced by the institute last year with the arrest of their founder and award-winning photojournalist Shahidul Alam.
Sep 10, 2019
Renowned American photographer and filmmaker Robert Frank passes away aged 94Robert Frank was best known for The Americans, a montage that countered the 1950s myth of bland prosperity and opened vast new possibilities for photography, shifting the paradigm from the portrait to the snapshot.
Aug 30, 2019
Argentine-German photographer Gerardo Korn paints the city of Buenos Aires in black and whiteArgentine-German photographer Gerardo Korn's series captures the metropolis of Buenos Aires in its absolute beauty and in complete stillness.
Aug 19, 2019
Astrophotography Guide Part 2: Choosing between different astrophotography techniques, equipmentYou've been bitten by the astrophotography bug and here we tell you what you should buy.
Aug 08, 2019
Mexican mathematician solves decades old mathematical problem that could revolutionize lens designThe solution will impact not just photography, but also astronomy, and medicine.
Jul 07, 2019
A vintage collection of photographs of Indian maharajahs showcases the culture, customs of royalty of yoreCapturing the pride and pageantry of Indian Maharajas, these images shot from 1864-1905, give intriguing insights into the distinctive culture, fashion, jewels and photographic styles which existed then.
Jul 02, 2019
Foy Nissen's Bombay: How his photos of people, spaces captured city's spiritFoy Nissen was an avid photographer who documented Bombay, its people and its spirit through his photographs, recently displayed at the JNAF Gallery in Mumbai.
Jun 09, 2019
Sanjay Austa's photos document the struggles of the Siddis, an Indo-African community that faces discriminationOver the years, the Siddis have imbibed the cultures of different Indian states to such an extent that it is impossible to discern their lineage, if not for their external features: dark skin, curlicues of hair, a snub nose and thick lips
May 29, 2019
Kolis, Mumbai's aboriginal fishing community, gets a retrospective look with a pop-up museum in ThaneThe exhibition was put up by the Tandel Fund of Archives — a public art project and a pool of archives which aims to gather and document information of the Son Koli communities in and around Mumbai
May 17, 2019
Human/Nature: In photos of trees and crumbling houses, a criticism of modern developmentPhotographer Juhi Saklani's exhibition Himan/Nature is a humanisation of trees, reminding people to care for them, in the wake of mass tree felling in Delhi