A new book has put together photographs taken by Paul McCartney, using his own camera, between December 1963 and February 1964.
Smartphone cameras tend to be more advanced than their clunky, point-and-shoot predecessors. But the allure of cameras from the early 2000s reflects a broader search for meaning.
The photographer builds on the interconnectedness of people, geography and problems to present a Kerala that is often forgotten in history, culture and conversations.
In a 1959 essay, Capote noted how Avedon seemed to capture ‘every hard-earned crow’s foot’ in his subjects – perhaps not realising that he would one day be photographed …
A major exhibition in Cape Town revealed the unique brew that characterises the work of this politically charged feminist artist.
Photographer Serena Chopra's black and white images of the Tibetan colony in Delhi are an intimate and empathetic peek into the refugees' struggle for identity.
Questions regarding privacy and privilege cannot be discarded, but the city, in this case Mumbai, opens up depending on the intention of the photographer.
Letizia Battaglia’s images of Mafia bloodshed made it impossible for people to turn a blind eye to the criminal outfit’s reign of terror.
‘The Qawwali Photo Project’, an exhibition by the The Sufi Kathak Foundation, is on display at the Museo Camera Centre for Photographic Arts in Gurgaon till May 8.
Today viewers may be preoccupied by the methods used by spirit photographers, but spirit photographs had a notable impact on the bereaved who commissioned the portraits.