Kul Bhushan recently confronted ‘origins’ at a British Council exhibition of Indo-UK Images in New Delhi.
Photographs of Peking, now known as Beijing, made by Thomas Child in the 1870s and 1880s are to go on show in London’s Chinatown as part of Asian Art in London until November 15, 2015 reports the BBC.
Surendra shows his very special photo series celebrating the beauty of plants and vegetables and speak about his joy for photography.
It is an odd word, that. I became aware of it for the first time a few months ago when a friend visiting from Australia coined the term which originated in Down-Under.
Nirupam means unique. This is one of the greatest paradoxes of life, that we are not separate from the whole, yet each individual is unique.
A photographic journey by Jimmy Nelson to visit 31 indigenous tribes resulted in an outstanding book.
New York photographer Richard Renaldi grabs strangers off the street and takes photos of them together.
Interview by Joanna Moorhead for ‘The Guardian’ with Walter Schels and Beate Lakotta how facing death changed how they felt about dying – and living.
This year, Premgit and Sandhya traveled to Gujarat in India; we show a collection of spectacular black-and-white photos developed by hand.
Just sit comfortably at your computer and explore Mount Everest with immense ease. Don’t believe it?
The story of how Sarjano started taking photographs of Osho – and in particular the ones with the marigolds
Sudheer’s stunning photographs are now available in a book. Get a taste of it from the slideshow in our post
Sudheer’s life as a painter, color consultant, interior designer, tour director, actor, singer, photographer, filmmaker…
Read how Garbha became Aladin and photography his passion and watch the slideshow of his stunning photographs
Slideshow of pictures from the coral restoration project Kerang Lestari along the coast of Pemuteran, Bali