Jatin Kampani

Jatin Kampani

Jatin Kampani is one of that rare breed who has been able to transform a passion into a career. From being a shutterbug in childhood, Kampani graduated to becoming a professional photographer in 1996.
A decade on from his professional debut, he became the first Indian photographer whose work was selected to be on the cover of Lurzer’s Archive, a magazine that publishes works of excellence in advertising from around the world. In 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010 and 2011 Jatin Kampani’s images won at the International Photography Awards, Black and White Spider Awards and the PX3 Awards, Paris, in advertising, fashion and fine art consecutively, from 2007 to 2011.
Merits aside, his insatiable passion has led him to hold several group shows across the country. The TAO Art Gallery- Mumbai, Jehangir Art Gallery-Mumbai, India Habitat Centre – Delhi, the Bajaj Art Gallery – Delhi, Nitanjali Art Gallery -Delhi are some of the venues where his works have been exhibited. He was one among the chosen photographers invited to hold a solo exhibition at the Foto Art Festival, Bielsko Biala, Poland in the year 2009. In 2011 he was chosen to be a part of the CHIVAS STUDIO 2011, wherein his work, along with 6 other world renowned artists like Mr. Paresh Maity and Brian Olsen were exhibited in Delhi and Mumbai.
As Kampani negotiates the contours of everything tangible and intangible with his camera, he also silently works towards giving back to his career, his profession, his first love. Along with some other enthusiasts, he recently donned the mantle of promoting photography as an art form in India.


My travels and my documentary work involves interacting with people and being unobtrusive while also keeping weight and bulk of my equipment to a minimum. All these factors combined with excellent image characteristics made me jump into the Fuji system with the X100S in 2013. Over the next few years, I travelled extensively with it and eventually, completely switched form DSLRs to the Fujifilm Mirrorless system. I now use them exclusively for all my work. For me the X System gets out the way and allows the photographer to actualize the vision while at the same time provides the quality and technological support needed for professional work. The design and usability makes the cameras invisible and helps it to gel well with documentary and travel photography to the point that I think it becomes an extension of the eye.




XF14mmF2.8 R

XF23mmF2 R WR

XF35mmF1.4 R