Fujifilm India organizes virtual workshop ‘Xperience’ with Dabboo Ratnani

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Fujifilm India Private Limited, a pioneer in imaging technologies is back with another session of the Fujifilm ‘Xperience’ with India’s top Fashion and Celebrity photographer, Mr. Dabboo Ratnani. With 25 years in the industry, Dabboo has mastered the art of photography and has displayed a unique style of his profession.

The workshop will be hosted by Radhakrishnan Chakyat, Commercial Photographer and founder of Pixel Viilage YouTube Channel and go live on Fujifilm’s YouTube handle on 25 September at 7pm.

With the commitment to inspire photography enthusiasts, Fujifilm has organized another technical session with one of the most famous modern, portrait and celebrity photographer from India. In the session, he will share his experience and methods of capturing portraits of people, advertising campaigns and various fashion & layouts.

In the webinar, he will further share details and give advice on how to choose the right equipment, correct lighting in a room on a subject and many other aspects one needs to keep in mind before shooting.

Arun Babu, General Manager Electronic Imaging and Optical Devices Division, Fujifilm India Pvt Ltd, said, “We are excited to organize a technical session with our X Photographer Mr. Dabboo Ratnani who will share insights and tips on photography. The workshop will offer an enriching experience to those who are new to filmmaking as well for those seeking a refresher on basic concepts.

“With the commitment to support our passionate customers, we will continue to introduce such educational online workshops with our brand ambassadors and X- Photographers and mentors,” Babu said.

Known for his unassuming disposition, sincere dedication and an eye for making his subjects seem surreal, Dabboo Ratanani has captured many Bollywood celebrities through his lens. With this workshop, Fujifilm aims to share how an artistic sense of composition can make one an exceptional photographer.

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