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India’s first woman press photographer Vyarawalla’s life and practice coincided with the evolution of photojournalism and the birth of a nation.
From selfies causing anxiety to picture taking being a private art form, new studies explore if our smartphones are aiding or disabling us.
In terms of commissioning, exhibition and publication of work, there is a conspicuous lack of equality in the photography industry.
On his 151st birth anniversary, ThePrint takes a look at the Bombay photographer who in 1899 made The Wrestlers, considered to be India's first motion picture.
Shyamal Datta’s photographs depict the different daily rituals of different tribes, with fire emerging as a recurring theme.
Photos of filthy slums and poor children are aimed at shaking our conscience but take agency away from those photographed.
Residents of Nizammudin Basti speak about their opinions about the Supreme Court verdict on Triple Talaq.