Ian Farrell, photographer
Cherry Hinton, Cambridgeshire, Cambridgeshire
I shoot editorial and commercial portrait photography for a variety of clients, both location and from my studio in Cambridge.
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Ian Farrell, photographer
22 Derby Rd, Cambridge CB1 7BU, UK
What’s the secret to taking a great photograph?
Moving your position to get the best composition you can. Crouching down, standing up tall, getting closer, etc… It's all stuff that people don't do enough when they are shooting portraits.
What questions might you ask a client when starting a new project?
What is your portrait for, and how do you want to come across?
What do you love most about your job?
When someone who doesn't like having their picture taken is really pleased with the result. It gives me that warm fuzzy feeling inside!
What inspired you to start your own business?
I love the creativity involved with working for myself, and the sense of pride and accomplishment it gives me.
Why should our clients choose you?
Good portrait photography is a collaboration between photographer and subject, and I love working with my clients to give them a great quality, creative approach to portraiture. Making a great job of your photography is my number one concern – I'm just not happy unless my clients are happy.
Get a selection of high-quality portraits showing your versatility and specialism. We can shoot for a little longer than usual to accomodate changes in clothes, hair and make-up, and we'll create a mixture of black & white and colour images. You'll get files for your website/profile, and prints can be arranged too.
Social media headshot
Your profile picture is more than just a mugshot, it's your on-line brand's logo. So why not stop using that 'hilarious' snap from your 2012 Christmas party and work with me to shoot a professional, creative portrait that you can use right across your on-line presence – from Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to your blog and YouTube channel.
Someone you love
A personal project looking at how different people feel and express love. I asked visitors to my studio to pose for a few frames while thinking about someone that they love. The results were extraordinary – a mixture of subjects and reactions that blew me away. Thanks to everyone who took part and shared something of themselves with me and my camera. • See the project at http://www.ianfarrell.com/someone-you-love.
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