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City Lights: Life Along The Lifelines of Mumbai

What comes to your mind when you think of trains and families? A family travelling in a train, kids peeping out of the windows,...

CityLights: Meet Marla Singer From Fight Club (in Mumbai)

Shiva Ahuja, a media student at KC College, has chosen an exceptionally challenging topic for his photography project. Inspired by the character of Marla...

CityLights: Sassy SoBo

Every city has one place that everyone flocks to, the hub of the city, one that appears in every travel guide. Guess what part...

CityLights: We’ve Seen Better Days

“We all are a little bit crazy!” sounds like a fun statement to address ourselves. Conversely, those who are sometimes referred to as ‘The...

CityLights: Till The Last Breath

Death is a natural phenomenon and yet we would be hard-pressed to find people who don’t fear it. The fear of death is sometimes...

CityLights: The Bokeh Effect

Photographers everywhere take pride in the crystal clear pictures while an out-of-focus picture makes them swear.Unless, of course, their name is Nilashmi Rahule and...

CityLights: Daily Dilapidation

Dilapidation: This word brings to mind broken down homes, crumbling buildings and rundown structures. Aanchal Tolani, a student from Jai Hind College, decided to go...

CityLights: Connections Via Messy Red Strings

Do you believe in soulmates? Do you believe that destiny plays a role in the people you meet or is it all just a coincidence? Red...

CityLights: Rucha Gujar’s Mini-Makers

Rucha Gujar read Gulliver’s Travels and then decided to play Gulliver in this photo series. Her photo series titled, ‘Mini-Makers’ is a work showcasing the...

Citylights: Dreamcatchers

People say ‘Follow your dreams. They know the way.’Childhood dreams are sometimes just dreams. The childhood fantasies of “When I grow up I will...

City Lights: A Newbie in Mumbai

Danbo (Kanika Kishnani) is skeptical of Mumbai. A native of Ajmer, Danbo has come to Mumbai to pursue a course in mass media from...

Meet the Photographer Who Put A Mermaid on 10,000 Bottles

There’s only word to describe Ben Von Wong’s work — jaw dropping. This conceptual photographer  creates hyper-realistic, ‘epic’ images, that look almost Photoshopped. A...

Calling All the Yuvas Out There

College festivals have become quite a trend these days. So much so, that these fests come to define the campus environment, the students’ life...

Instagram Accounts with a Flavour of Aamchi Mumbai

In the recent past, we had listed out six accounts for you to follow if you are a Mumbai addict, and now we bring...

Plane Spotting in Mumbai

“We couldn’t give a damn about Ambani,” says Siddh Dhuri, a third year arts student as he turns towards the taxiing Bombardier Global Express...

Another DSLR Camera, Another Clichéd Photo

From excessive HDR effects and selfies with a photography enthusiast’s gadget of choice, the DSLR camera, here are some clichéd photographs all DSLR owners...

The Steve McCurry Debate: Exploring Ethics in Photojournalism

“A painter has the liberty of creating and avoiding things, a photojournalist doesn’t”, was the one statement that succinctly put things into perspective at...

Dark Days Ahead For Mumbai’s Tourist Photographers

Take a stroll around the Gateway of India on any regular day and you’re bound to spot some 300 photographers thronging the premises, offering...

Students of India: Nilay Singh, Drummer and Photographer

Students of India chronicles stories across the country on those who are doing great work in various fields: Art and theatre, acting, music and...

The Hamilton Photo Studio, Mumbai’s Living Legacy

“Hamilton is an institution, and it should never be shut down”, says Ajita Madhavji, as she quotes her father, the illustrious photographer Ranjit Madhavji....