Image Credit - Srinivas Kuruganti
This 2 day workshop will examine the elements of storytelling. We will work on building a compelling visual narrative through existing photographs that participants bring to the workshop. We will discuss different ways to develop and expand on an idea and how to approach a story with an emphasis on editing and sequencing.
Participants will be required to bring a rough edit of 30-40 prints (A6 size) of a project theirs to work on during the workshop.
About Srinivas Kuruganti
Srinivas Kuruganti is a photographer currently based in Delhi. He has lived in New York and London. His work tackles environmental and health issues, as well as personal essays. His work focusing on environmental issues, ranging from ship-breaking to coal mining. In 2001, he worked on a long-term photo essay on the AIDS epidemic in India.
Between 2013 and 2017, he was the photo editor at The Caravan magazine, India’s foremost magazine for long- form journalism, on politics and culture. Since then, he has worked on archiving his photographs of three decades, which document his life and travels in India, America and Europe. He plans to develop photo books rooted in his archives.
17 Nov Thursday / 10:30 am - 1 pm & 2 pm - 4 pm (IST)
18 Nov Friday / 10:30 am - 1 pm & 2 pm - 4 pm (IST)
State Gallery of Art , Hyderabad
Rs. 4,999 INR
*This workshop is for photographers who have a cohesive body of work or on-going projects that they would like to develop to the next stage.
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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