Liza Soberano is Fujifilm’s newest ‘It’ girl
Liza Soberano, hot young actress and undisputed “crush ng bayan,” is happy to be the newest face of Japanese camera brand Fujifilm.
“I love taking photographs and capturing moments that happen in my life, especially na artista ako and everything is so fast-paced,” said Soberano. “I want to collect as many memories as I can, so when I get older, I can look back at all my achievements.”
Joining a group of influencers and bloggers endorsing Fujifilm’s Instax cameras and mirrorless series, the 19-year-old actress was formally welcomed into the Fujifilm family through Fujifilm’s Photo Art City—an event in which guests were encouraged to test the various functions and filters of Fujifilm products.
After trying out the different cameras, Soberano declared Fujifilm’s SQ10 and Mini-9 as her personal favorites.
She also demonstrated how to use the X-A3 camera, the latest model of the Japanese brand that features a 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor, 180-degree tiltable LCD monitor, touch screen operations, built in Wi-Fi and retro design.
To be You caught up with Fujifilm’s newest “It” girl during the event.
We first interviewed you in 2013 when you were still testing the waters of show business. We’re really happy with how your career is turning out. What keeps you grounded?
Siguro the people around me. I have a good set of people who always look out for me and the way I behave. They’re the ones who remind me of who I was before I became who I am now. That’s important.
Big projects are coming up, “Darna,” to be specific. What can we expect from you as you take on the Filipino superhero?
So far, I’m training really hard for it. I’m excited to be doing it. What you guys can expect is probably a more modern Darna. Because, of course, it’s 2017, so in terms of cinematography and directing, it’s going to be different. I’m really excited. I really don’t know what to expect yet because I haven’t started. But I hope you guys are as excited as I am.
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