About Indian Photography Festival

The Indian Photography Festival (IPF) – Hyderabad, a Not-For-Profit initiative of Light Craft Foundation is South Asia’s leading international-level photography festival which draws participation from all around the world and aims at congregating the greatest minds in the field of photography and showcasing the works of emerging & world-renowned photographers from across the world. The 2018 edition saw 550 artists from 52 countries participating at the festival and had 8.5 lakhs visitors across 15 venues. The festival has placed Hyderabad on the map of the international festival scene in line with the other major cities of the world which have established festivals. IPF is also a collaboration partner for the upcoming Hyderabad Design Week.

Some of the previous participating photographers include Reza Deghati (National Geographic), Nick Ut (Associated Press), Stuart Franklin (Magnum Photos), Raghu Rai (Magnum Photos), Ron Haviv (VII Photo), Anush Babajanyan (VII Photo), Andrea Bruce (Noor Images), Pep Bonet (Noor Images), James Wellford (National Geographic), Barbara Davidson (LA Times), Michael Chavez Robinson (Washington Post), Ben Lowy (Getty Images), John Isaac (Former UN Photography Head), Jack Dykinga (ILCP Fellow), Russell Hart (Editor – American Photo) and Kate Geraghty (Sydney Morning Herald).