Indian Wedding Photography…costs HOW MUCH: Guest Post by Arjun Kartha

A lot of people assume wedding photography in India will be a bargain. If you’re one of them, this post is for you! Fret not though, there are deals to be had…but first!  Disclaimer: This isn’t a post that justifies WHY wedding photography is expensive in the first place. There are plenty of posts online written by both

10 Ideas on how to choose the right Wedding Photographer – Navdeep Soni

Although I am based in Pune but as a destination wedding photographer, I travel all over to shoot weddings. Today I am sharing a few ideas on how to choose the right wedding photographer based on my experience of working with so many couples. As you shoot with them over a period of 2 to 3

Why become a Wedding Photographer: Guest Post by Arjun Kartha

On Sunday the 4th of May, the ever factual and in-depth Economic Times ran an article on Wedding Photography in India. The reporter had called me a week or so ago to record a few facts, and we had an interesting fifteen minute conversation where I told him all I knew about the industry – as it

How to choose the right Wedding Photographer – Vijesh

Encouraged by the tremendous response we got from you for our earlier series of blog posts on “Selecting the Right Wedding Photographer”, we have begun a new series on “Tips and Suggestions for Hiring a Wedding Photographer” written by leading photographers of India. In this blog, eminent photographer Vijesh tells you the steps you should

How To Get The Best Out Of Your Wedding Photographer

We did a series of posts on “Selecting the Right Wedding Photographer” where we featured views and interviews of real brides. Today we’re happy to present to you our new series – “Tips & Suggestions for hiring a Wedding Photographer” by none other than India’s most eminent Wedding Photographers. They will  tell you what to

Selecting the right wedding photographer: Vaishali B

Thank you for your great response towards “Selecting the Right Wedding Photographer” series. We’re happy to know that you liked it. Based on your requests, we are back with yet another insightful post in this series. Featuring next is bride Vaishali B from Mumbai who is so happy to find Ashok Kumar as photographer for her wedding.

Exciting changes to the Photobook Website: Improved Photographer branding & enhanced UI/UX

A few months back (in June 2013), we launched a very exciting feature with our Photobooks. We took the Canvera Photobook experience to a whole new dimension – a dimension that has no limits. Each book that we ship now, comes with a website of its own! If you have not see one yet, check

Picturing Change: The Power of Photography

The photos in Picturing Change represent a new kind of social documentary photography, one that hands the power of storytelling to those experiencing issues of oppression. By broadening the art world to fresh voices – and, in this case, visuals – the project attempts to change the perception that art and self-expression is a luxury

Picturing Change: The Photographers

Introducing the photographers of Picturing Change,a participatory photo project featuring images captured by Bangalore’s anganwadi workers. You can read an introduction to this project here. These five women first received digital cameras in July,after which professional photographer Greeshma Patel and Fulbright scholar Mathangi Subramanian trained them in photography and visual storytelling. GEETHA joined Binnmangala in February

Picturing Change: An Introduction

Picture Credit: Greeshma Patel India has the largest free, government run early childhood care and education system in the world, operating in every state, and serving 9.4 lakh children yearly. The primary mission of the Integrated Child Development Services scheme (ICDS) is to combat childhood hunger, an issue that has been dominating recent news, particularly