How to Get Published as a Freelancer Photographer

Panel Discussion

Date: Apr 19, 2018
Time: 04:00 pm - 06:00 pm IST
Venue: The Grid



Dinesh Krishnan is the Visual Editor at The Hindu. In the past he has worked at Hindustan Times, Delhi; Forbes India, Mumbai; Better Photography, Mumbai; India Picture, Delhi.

Kimberley Low is a food, lifestyle and documentary photographer based in Sydney, Australia. Her work has been published in magazines and newspapers across the Asia Pacific region. She had her first magazine story published when she was 18, and now shoots for both media and commercial clients.

Amirtharaj Stephen is an Tamil photographer based in Bangalore, India. He is currently documents the environment issues in his native of Tamil Nadu. A self-taught photographer, he was selected for various workshops including the Angkor Photo Workshop, Stream Photo Asia Masterclass and has been a mentee under Lucie Foundation?s E-pprentice program. He was a nominee for the prestigious Joop Swart Master Class, 2014. He is also a winner of Catchlight?s Activist Award 2014 (emerging), a 3rd place in Days Japan International Photojournalism Awards (2014), TOTO Award for Photography (2014), 1st place, Media Foundation of India Award (2013) and a 2nd Place at ?Colorful Guizhou?, 6th Photo China Original International Photographic Exhibition (2013). His images have been published in various national and international magazines. He is currently part of PEP Collective (Photographers for Environment and Peace) and Atomic Photographers Guild.

Jyothy Karat is a visual journalist and multimedia producer based out of India, deeply invested in investigating the effects of globalization in an era of climate change. On assignment, Jyothy has traveled to and reported from 15 countries around the globe. She makes documentary films for CGTN (China Global Television Network) and enjoys traveling and shooting for Lonely Planet Magazine among others. When she is not working, you will find her climbing rocks or diving in the deep sea.

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