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A Phone For All Your Needs
Conchita Fernandes tests the vivo X70 Pro+, a phone that packs a punch with its design and features.
Where Worlds Collide
Katrin Koenning’s soulful visuals tell a nuanced tale about our troubled times, discovers Nilofer Khan. Her project, The Kids are in Trouble, is currently being exhibited at the third edition of the Chennai Photo Biennale.
A Curse in Disguise
Chinky Shukla paints a searing picture of the adversities faced by the residents of the villages affected by the 1998 nuclear test in Pokhran.
One for All, and All for One
From photographing ants to capturing images of the moon, Nilofer Khan puts the Tamron 18–300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di III-A VC VXD through its paces to see how it fares.
Bordering Perfection - Fujinon XF 33mm f/1.4 R LM WR
Nilofer Khan reviews the Fujinon XF 33mm f/1.4 R LM WR, the company’s latest multipurpose, compact lens for their APS-C lineup.
A Celebration of Stunning Imagery
The SIGMA 60th Anniversary Commemorative Photography Awards received thousands of images from across India. Here is a look at the winners and runners-up.
A Taste of the Road Less Travelled
The Lumix Travel and Food Photo Contest has received awe-inspiring entries from across the country. Here is a recap of the categories and the exciting judging process.
Indian Photography Festival A Union Of Visuals And Narratives
The seventh edition of the Indian Photography Festival-Hyderabad is back with an exciting lineup of imagery, talks and workshops.
We knew our journey between Delhi to Leh in the Audi e-tron would be tough, and it would get harder as we progressed deeper into the Himalayas. Here then is what happened
Our endeavour is to treat photographers and creators to an unhurried, hands-on, informative experience, based on their personal interests.
Canon’s experiential showrooms, aptly called Canon Image Squares (or CIS), is among the most successful formats of its kind in India. The first of the new edition, CIS 4.0, opened in Mumbai recently. It brings together technology, lifestyle, and innovation, and is hugely customer-centered. Mr. Manabu Yamazaki, President & CEO, Canon India, and Mr. C Sukumaran, Director, Consumer System Products & Imaging Communication Business, Canon India, speak with K Madhavan Pillai about CIS 4.0.
Durabook S14I: Tough Semi-Rugged Laptop
Buyers of rugged laptops, sturdy systems designed to be bolted to first responders’ dashboards or dropped onto rocky ground, make a distinction between “semi-rugged” and “fully rugged” notebooks— machines rated to survive a fall of three feet versus six feet, say, or pouring rain versus a high-pressure hose.
The World Kodak Made
The tech giant of the 20th century changed the way Americans saw themselves and their country— and built the city where it made its home. Now Kodak and Rochester are trying to reinvent themselves, and escape their history.
The End of Analog
Q Over the years, I’ve discovered that sound and vision are two distinct camps in the home theater realm, and it’s best to keep them separated due to constantly changing video formats.
FOR THE LOVE OF A FILM ROLL
A QUEBEC PHOTOGRAPHER DECIDED TO IGNORE THE MODERN DIGITAL CAMERAS. INSTEAD, HE TURNED HIS EYES TO THE OLD FORGOTTEN CAMERAS. A SMALL ROOM INSIDE OF HIS HOUSE BECAME "THE DARKROOM."
Asia's Battery Giants Go Global
Leaders of the electric-car era are moving to cement their dominance
JVC Projector Theater Optimizer Function
JVC announced a firmware update for its native 4K D-ILA projectors that delivered true frame adaptive HDR tone mapping to the lineup.
Chasing the Milky Way... and a comet
A passion that can’t be pursued in the big cities
ABCs OF COLOR CORRECTION
Pro tips for better video results
SPYKE & MIKE
It’s unbelievable what has happened over the past few months, my BTR friends.
PANASONIC SCRAPS SOLAR PANELS PARTNERSHIP WITH TESLA
Panasonic is pulling out of its partnership with Tesla to produce solar panels at a factory in New York state, the Japanese electronics maker said.