Supreme Court says no to politicians' pictures in govt ads except President, PM, CJI
Supreme Court says no to politicians' pictures in govt ads except President, PM, CJI

In an important development with regard to regulation of public advertisements, the Supreme Court on Wednesday said that they can carry pictures of certain dignitaries like the President, Prime Minister and the Chief Justice of India.

Faster 3D camera that works outdoors

Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have developed a 3D camera that is inexpensive, produces high-quality images, and works in all environments -- including outdoors.

Anna Atkins' 216th birthday celebrated by Google doodle
Anna Atkins' 216th birthday celebrated by Google doodle

Google today celebrates the 216th birthday of British botanist Anna Atkins with a beautiful blue doodle. The botanist is widely known for her use of cyanotypes - or 'sunprints' - of plants and algae in botanical studies which paved the way for the use of photography in scientific publishing.

Trends in Wedding Photography
Trends in Wedding Photography

Avril-Ann Braganza talks to some of the best in the business to find out what couples are looking for to capture their D-Day moments

Photographer must know to freeze-frame the right moment, says Uddhav

Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray today said a photographer should be judged by his capability to capture the right "moment" in his frame.

Goa International photo festival to celebrate the art of photography

The One School Goa, has roped in renowned international and Indian photographers to showcase their work, interact and judge the work of amateur Indian photographers.

Burj Khalifa, the site for world's highest selfie
Burj Khalifa, the site for world's highest selfie

Taking the selfie phenomenon to a new level, a 47-year-old British photographer captured an image of himself on top of Dubai's Burj Khalifa, the tallest man-made structure in the world.

Artist seeks engagement with nature through photographs
Artist seeks engagement with nature through photographs

On the face of it, Delhi-based artist Atul Bhalla's work screams of his constant engagement with the rivers and nature, but at a deeper level each of these photographs share a personal journey and cryptic messages that the audience would be able to decode at an exhibition in the capital.

Satyajit Ray inspired me: photographer Nemai Ghosh

Known as legendary Indian filmmaker Satyajit Ray's photographer, veteran lensman Nemai Ghosh acknowledged the icon's inspiration was the reason his images were so "lively".

Photo exhibition captures India's unseen landscapes
Photo exhibition captures India's unseen landscapes

 A photo exhibition inaugurated here Friday captures vivid images of India's mountainous landscape, its many contrasts and hidden treasures highlighting the country's topography.

3 students from Northeast beaten up in Delhi's Lajpat Nagar

Three students, including a girl, belonging to the Northeast region, were allegedly beaten up by some residents of Lajpat Nagar area of Delhi on Tuesday.

Kolkata to celebrate British trader`s 1690 landing

An exhibition of photographs showcasing north Kolkata`s British-era buildings, home to erstwhile zamindars or landowners, will be on display Aug 24 to mark British trader Job Charnock`s landing in 1690.

Drones to assist photographers soon

Photographers will soon get a team of handy helpers to capture the perfect shot - flying flashbulbs!

Food at its best with Sabyasachi Gorai

It is rare that you get a chance to experience the best food, ace photography and the finest technology together.

Selfing is a disease: Katy Perry

Selfies are a hit among celebrities and the masses, but singer Katy Perry calls it a "disease".

Two Indian winners at 2014 Sony World Photography Awards

Two Indian photographers were announced as the winners of the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards, one of the world’s leading photography competitions.

Iran-south Asia connect through photography

A photography exhibition beginning here March 8 will showcase the link between Iran and south Asian nations via myriad facets of democracy, an organiser said Sunday.

Google reveals `most photographed cities` on Earth

Google has reportedly released its list of the most photographed locations on Earth using data from geolocated images uploaded by individual users.

Victoria wants James Bond-style kitchen

Designer Victoria Beckham plans to splash out 5,00,000 pounds on a "James Bond-style" kitchen in a recently bought mansion here.

Learning mentally demanding skills may help keep an ageing mind sharp

A new research has shown that learning only certain activities, such as photography, may help elderly improve their cognitive functioning.