Namrata Rupani

My name is Namrata Rupani. I love shooting old architecture and wildlife for myself. Commercially, I shoot weddings, events, portraits, and family portraits. I’ve been photographing for about eleven years, commercially for seven.

Photography and I were meant to be. I’m a dental surgeon as well, see what I mean?

I’m currently using a hybrid system – a Canon and a Sony – for the simple reason that my right shoulder has been crying in pain with the amount of gear I lug around.  I used to have some longer lenses a couple of years ago.

I did the Twomann Workshop in 2018 and let my Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 and the Canon 135mm f/2 go. From then on, its been trying to learn to use what I have and get the best output from it.  Make life simpler for myself – so I can focus on just the photo-taking part.


Canon 1Dx: Love the quality of imagery, dynamic range, the sound of the shutter, the FPS, how my hands wrap around it and it feels – practically everything. The only thing that I would say is a problem is the weight of the camera.

Sony A7III: Love the compactness, how lightweight it is. The tiltable screen is a huge relief for my back. But I’m not very convinced about the dynamic range as yet.

I have been using this hybrid system for about a year.


Canon 50mm f/1.2: Love the output and the sharpness of this lens. It’s amazing for portraits in small places. Also a very fast lens.

Canon 16-35mm f/2.8: One of my oldest lenses. Always on me during weddings. Dance floor shots wouldn’t be the same without it.

Canon 100mm f/2.8: Recent addition to my kit.

Batis 85mm f/1.8: Fabulous for portraits.

Batis 18mm f/2.8: Lovely focal length to have while shooting wides – love shooting spaces and also wedding decor with it.

Sony 35mm f/2.8: My go-to lens with the Sony A7III for travel, street photography, or even at weddings.


Canon 600 EX II-RT x2

Godox AD200

Canon ST-E3-RT Speedlite Transmitter

Godox XPRO – S trigger for Sony


Manfrotto PRO ROLLER BAG 70

BlackRapid Double Strap

HoldFast Double Camera Strap


Manfrotto MT055XPRO3 055 Aluminium

Manfrotto Ball Head

Hardware & Software

SanDisk and Lexar Cards

Sandisk 1tb SSD

Seagate 4tb Hdd

Apple Macbook Pro 15”

Adobe Creative Suite

Lightroom and Photoshop Primarily.

Design Albums on Indesign

TWOMANN presets – use them occasionally.


Lip Balm
Energy bars
A shawl
Visiting cards

Photography for me is something that makes things come alive – even the most mundane. It allowed me to experience what living in the moment felt like, and for that, I am forever grateful.  For me, it has been a translation of what I feel and would like to communicate without having to say anything verbally. | @studiocapturelife

Inside Namrata Rupani’s camera bag:

Canon 1DX

Sony A7III

Canon 50mm f/1.2

Canon 16-35mm f/2.8

Canon 100mm f/2.8

Batis 85mm f/1.8

Batis 18mm f/2.8

Sony 35mm f/2.8

Canon 600 EX II-RT

Godox AD200

Canon ST-E3-RT

Godox XPRO - S

Manfrotto PRO Roller Bag 70

BlackRapid Double Strap

HoldFast Camera Strap

Manfrotto 055

Manfrotto Ball Head

SanDisk SD Card

Lexar SD Card

Sandisk 1TB SSD

Seagate 4TB HDD

Apple Macbook Pro 15”

Adobe CC

Lightroom CC

Photoshop 2020


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