Indian Photography Festival returns with a bigger and stronger line-up of exhibitions and workshops. The fourth edition of Indian Photography Festival (IPF) will open on September 6th in Hyderabad and is bigger and mightier than their previous editions. A Not-for-profit initiative of Light Craft Foundation with exclusive partnership with the Ministry of Tourism, Telangana Government is considered to be South Asia’s leading photography Festival.
Started off by showcasing works of 200 photographers from 16 countries in 2015, 525 photographers from 40 countries in 2017, IPF plans to draw an audience of 6million with their latest edition.
IPF also invites several established photographers from different countries to hold exhibitions, conduct workshops, photo walks, deliver guest lectures and evaluate portfolios. Delegates invited this year include James Wellford, Senior Photo Editor (National Geographic), Nick Ut, Mark Edward Harris (Travel & Documentary Photographer). The event is also said to witness presence of other prominent photographers such as Rohit Chawla, Prabhakar Kusuma, Sandro Miller and more.
The festival will also have featured exhibitions, artists interaction, portfolio reviews, photography workshops, book launches and much more.