The Business of Photography - Workshop
with Kishor Krishnamoorthi
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The business of photography and how to generate income from your passion.
A full day workshop with ace wedding & documentary photographer Kishor Krishnamoorthi on how to create a sustainable business from photography. This workshop is aimed at people who are considering becoming full time photographers or have just started their careers as a photographer.
What you will learn
Making the leap into full time photography
Finding your first paid client
Creating a portfolio that sells your work
Managing your digital presence
The boring but important parts - finance & cashflow
Setting the right expectations (for clients and yourself)
Establishing a brand that people recognize
Finding sustainability and long term stability
About Kishor Krishnamoorthi
Kishor Krishnamoorthi, is a contemporary wedding and documentary photographer based in Hyderabad, India. He also publish Concorde Zine, a printed publication showcasing visual stories about life in India. He is the founder of Kiki Store, where they make handcrafted Ikat camera straps for photographers.
His love for photography started during his school days at the Hyderabad Public School, Begumpet and has grown to become an essential part ofhis life ever since. What started out as capturing the wedding of a friend 7 years ago has become his primary profession today.
In his free time, he travel to countries that inspire him and work extensively on his personal documentary photography work. He also work on Concorde Zine, a photography magazine that he have been running for four years and is the only Indian publication to be nominated for the Stack Magazine Awards.
His work has been featured in the Economic Times and been exhibited nationally and internationally. His life has been filled with vibrant roles ranging from being the President of the Students’ Union at the University of Essex to being an Oil Trader in the Financial District of London. He was born in India, grew up in Indonesia, studied in India, did his undergrad degree in Economics & Politics in England and finally moved back to India to become a photographer.
When not capturing the world with his camera, he read The Economist, listen to old Tamil songs, and ponder life.
27th Sunday November / 10:30 AM - 4:30 PM
State Gallery of Art, Hyderabad
Rs. 2,499 INR
All fees are nonrefundable if you withdraw from a workshop less than one month prior to its start date, unless we are able to fill your seat.
IPF reserves the right to cancel any workshop up to one week prior to the start date if the workshop is under-enrolled, in which case a full refund will be issued.
A minimum of Ten students are required to run this workshop.
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