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Photography Workshop

ProPix been doing a series high value photography workshops in Bangalore called, "Making Pictures". Aimed at helping people move away from just taking snapshots, these two day hands-on workshops equip participants to start creating images which are aesthetically and technically excellent. The Making Pictures workshops are complimented by a lighting workshop, aptly named "Let There Be Light", and another one called, "Nocturnal".

ProPix also provides 1-On-1 photography training to anyone who requires it. These are a unique concept as it allows individuals to set their own pace and have an entire session focused on solving problems that they face in their own shooting situations.

Professional Photography

With 60 plus years of cumulative experience as professional photographers, most of ProPix work has been commissioned. Amongst our very talented staff are master photographers whose works have featured in prominent magazines and newspapers. Our distinctive style of classic portrait photography, wedding photography, travel photography, product photography and industrial photography has been acclaimed as outstanding value and very competitive. The ProPix professional photographers can handle anything, from glamour to outdoor. Contact ProPix for fast, professional photography at affordable prices on Bangalore based photography. Headquartered in Bangalore, we have a pan India and global reach. Read More...>>

Carl Zeiss Lenses for Nikon and Canon Mounts

Carl Zeiss is a new range of interchangeable lenses for Nikon and Canon SLR cameras, both analog and digital. ZF lenses bring the highly acclaimed Carl Zeiss image quality to the Nikon SLR camera system, which has been the preferred equipment of millions of professional and ambitious amateur photographers for decades. Read more...>>

ProPix is reasonably priced!

All professional photo-shoots that we do are of the highest quality, for both web and press and we can, if required, package the same to you for use as additional collateral elsewhere.

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