Take a Sneak-Peak at the Dabboo Ratnani CAL 2020 exclusively papped on Fujifilm GFX 100 camera

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Listen up Ladies and Gentlemen; it’s that time of the year when Dabboo Ratnani unveils the 2020 celebrity calendar and makes your jaws drop with the oh-so-dazzling pictures.

Do you also aspire to look as glam as your favorite celebrity looks this year in the Dabboo Ratnani Calendar? Are you wondering how are they looking so out of this world, in this year’s photoshoot? Of course there is no secret to it that all the credit goes to the man behind the camera; Mr. Dabboo Ratnani himself. But there are no two ways about it that a little credit also goes to the Camera that is used to capture the Bollywood celebrities. 

From classic black and white, to outdoor nature, to close up shots to bare body pictures; all the shots on the 2020 calendar have been captured with Fujifilm’s GFX 100 medium-format camera - the World’s First mirrorless large format sensor camera with 102 million pixels resolution.

Well if you come to compare, the pictures this year look much more flawless, top-notch and exceptionally fine is all because of the highest class resolution that Fujifilm’s beast provides. The 2020 calendar pictures have surely set the bar for months to come and won’t go unnoticed while one scrolls through their social media. Check out these exclusive pictures captured by ace photographer and the newly signed Fujifilm’s GFX camera brand ambassador Mr. Dabboo Ratnani.

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