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Check out these adorable pictures from the winners of Comedy Wildlife Photography Contest 2018

Related News Mumbai to get three crematoria for animals For the Love of an Animal Hail immortality: Meet Hydra, the animal that may live forever Here are the winners of Comedy Wildlife Photography of the year 2018. (Source: Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards) The Comedy Wildlife Photography contest is known to ...

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On food photography and its nuances

On food photography and its nuances

There’s more to food photography than meets the eye. Just as there’s more to food itself, beyond texture, colour, flavour and taste, explains Kimberly Low, Sydney-based food photographer with a global reach. “Food also reflects the habits and social norms of the culture that it comes from,” she says over ...

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Photography meets Food Art at Picturesque Brunch

Photography meets Food Art at Picturesque Brunch

A black and white signboard and colourful cones hang behind an ice cream seller, who is holding up what seems to be a photograph framed in red wood. On closer inspection, you understand that he is actually holding up a mirror, reflecting a young boy having ice cream, probably one ...

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Armenian photographer Anush Babanjayan focuses on telling stories than just the technicalities of photography

Armenian photographer Anush Babanjayan focuses on telling stories than just the technicalities of photography

Indian Photography Festival 2018, the fourth edition of IPF, came to a close over the weekend. The month-long event signed off with an interactive session featuring Anush Babanjayan representing VII Photo Agency, and Giles Clark, a photojournalist with Getty Images. The session brought Anush Babanjayan, an Armenian photographer who has ...

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Indian Photography Festival 2018: Tasneem Alsultan’s works put the spotlight on women in Saudi Arabia

Indian Photography Festival 2018: Tasneem Alsultan’s works put the spotlight on women in Saudi Arabia

She captured the historic local council elections in Saudi Arabia in 2015, where for the first time, women were allowed to participate in the vote. Her photos were featured by National Geographic. The pictures she had captured, while documenting the aftermath of the historic approval of driving rights for women ...

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Mark Edward Harris discusses his approach to photography and how to look beyond the obvious

Mark Edward Harris discusses his approach to photography and how to look beyond the obvious

A striking image of a female traffic cop is an oft-featured photograph from Mark Edward Harris’ series on North Korea. The said photograph, the veteran photographer recalls, was shot in 2008. “We were documenting the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and I had 17 minutes before they finished performing Rhapsody in ...

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World Photography Day 2018: Some iconic photographs over the years

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: August 19, 2018 11:51:43 am A photograph can be extremely evocative. (Source: Getty Images/Thinkstock) “A photograph is a moment – when you press the button, it will never come back,” said René Burri. The Swiss photographer, who documented several political, cultural events ...

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World Photography Day: Celebrate the photographer in you at these spots in India | travel

World Photography Day: Celebrate the photographer in you at these spots in India | travel

There’s a photographer hidden in each one of you. Don’t believe me? Just take a quick look at your Instagram page – there are beautiful landscapes, kitschy shots with dramatic backgrounds, shots of yummy food and those #followmeto shots. So, on World Photography Day, we want to help you get ...

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In an exclusive interview Leonardo Pucci reveals how he juggles fashion with photography | brunch | feature

In an exclusive interview Leonardo Pucci reveals how he juggles fashion with photography | brunch | feature

Fashion and photography have come together to shape the life trajectory of Leonardo Pucci. The Italian self-taught photographer has worked with some of the biggest fashion houses namely Prada and Bottega Veneta. He is now attached with Christian Dior where his job entails supervising creative and development areas. And amid ...

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A retrospective of Jitendra Arya’s works shows the evolution of glamour photography in India

A retrospective of Jitendra Arya's works shows the evolution of glamour photography in India

Back then it used to be an honour to be photographed by Jitendra Arya. He was a photographer par excellence with a circle of friends who were the cream of society. Raj Kapoor and Nargis would visit his studio during their holiday in London, so it was with or Pandit ...

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