Visual Storytelling Though Food

A workshop on food photography by Kimberley Low, Sydney

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Date: 17th and 18th November 2018
Venue: Writers Café, Taramani
Timing: Day 1: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. | Day 2: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Price: Rs. 10,000/-
Early Birds get a discount! (Rs. 8500/-  Offer extended!)

 

Scholarship For Students: 

We have a scholarship for 2 students so do write to us from your student id to workshops@chennaiphotobiennale.com and tell us why you want to attend. Please attach 5 photos shot by you to the e-mail, based on which the scholarship will be awarded.
Application period is over (deadline : 7/11/18)

 

 

About the Workshop:

Have you ever wondered how food on a plate can tell a story? Food and lifestyle photographer Kimberley Low is coming all the way from Sydney to Chennai to share her masterstrokes in styling and making fabulous food shots. If you love food and photography, this workshop is for you! Join Kim as she guides you during this hands-on, extensive experience and create your own visual narratives with food.
Participants must bring their own camera and should have basic DSLR experience and knowledge.

 

We have limited seats so register asap! 

Kimberley’s Work 

All Photos by Kimberley Low. If you would like to see more of her work visit her website.

About Kimberley Low:

Kimberley is a food and lifestyle photographer from Sydney, Australia. She picked up photography at a young age, first aspiring to documentary photography as she travelled with her parents. Coming across food photography while completing a degree in geography and languages, she’d found the perfect outlet for her love of food and storytelling. Nearly a decade on, she now freelances full time for commercial and editorial clients, and her passionate approach and cultural knowledge are always reflected in her work.