A photo exhibition celebrating the life of India's independence leader Mahatma Gandhi, a global icon of peace and non-violence, was inaugurated yesterday (October 1) in Bahrain.
The event was opened by the chief executive offi
Photobooth-ME, leaders in photobooths in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, UAE has launched three new world-leading products and has trebled its photo/videobooth range due to demand.
Approaching its seventh year in operation, Photobooth-ME has
Tourists visiting places in the UAE such as Dubai or Abu Dhabi are cautioned not to take photos of people, including those working for airlines, said a report.
According to a report in ETurboNews, a six month jail sentence and fin
Abu Dhabi-based renewable energy company Masdar has recently completed the installation of three new solar photo-voltaic (PV) plants in the Pacific nation of Vanuatu.
This is the sixth Pacific project delivered by Masdar, and is the lat
Canon Middle East has unveiled the imagePrograf Pro-1000, a new professional grade photo printer from Canon designed for art schools, graphic artists, designers and professional photographers.
Boasting an advan
A photography contest has been launched to promote cultural tourism. The Cultural Tourism Passport Photo Expo, which will run until November 30, has been organised by the Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities (Baca), said a report in t
Eyefi, a global leader in digital photo-management apps and services, has launched a single app service for photographers to manage all the photos and videos from different devices.
Eyefi supports the latest WiFi cameras from the
PhotoSpring has unveiled PhotoSpring 8, the world's first completely automated digital photo album on Kickstarter.
Consumers are finding it difficult to manage and view the sheer number of photos taken on s
Instagram opened its platform to most advertisers across the globe on Wednesday as the photo-sharing app seeks to make more money and compete with popular rivals such as Snapchat.
Ads, previously available only in eight countries,
Apple is recalling a limited number iPhone 6 Plus phones due to faulty back cameras that take blurry photos.
The affected phones were mostly sold in a four-month period between September 2014 and January 2015, Apple said on its website.