Since 1988, the skillful shutterbugs at Farrell Photography have strived to provide unparalleled customer service, always granting subjects undivided attention and trying to facilitate their every image imagining. Schedule an outdoor photo shoot at your family's favorite park to replace the mantle's oscillating fan with images of naturally windblown beauty. Or put one of Farrell Photography's photographers' nurturing directorial skills and time-freezing talents to the test by having him or her coax natural smiles out of a child, high-school senior, or athlete. Because photographers will travel anywhere within 20 miles of the studio, this is a wonderful opportunity to commemorate a favorite tree before its mulching.
We are a family owned and operated photography business in Erie, PA. Focusing on family, wedding and senior photography, we work equally well from our downtown studio and on location. Phone us at (814) 881-2840, or visit us on the interwebs!
With a portfolio spanning babies and children, fashion and boudoir, and performance, photographer Melissa Schumacher applies her image-snagging instincts during both on-location and in-studio shoots. Paying special attention to how light reveals a subject’s third eye, Schumacher maintains engaging themes through each shoot, including Trash the Dress sessions that juxtapose elegant attire against unexpected settings, such as a bride splashing in a creek. Schumacher helps subjects get the most of their shoots by dispensing tips for both damsels and cavaliers.
At the age of 19, photographer David Haskell made the acquaintance of an InStyle magazine editor. He recounted this story during an interview with VTalk Radio Photography Spotlight, adding, the editor invited me to “their offices in Toronto and asked if I would cover an editorial thing." Within a few weeks, Haskell started working with Revlon Canada, and ultimately landed in New York. Since then, his work has been published in more than 70 countries and his subjects have ranged from Phyllis Diller to Jay-Z.
Reflecting on his success, Haskell places special emphasis on the importance of "taking care of the people you're taking pictures of." This commitment to serving subjects reaches to the present: Regardless of whom he photographs, Haskell makes sure that his subjects feel comfortable and confident. He finds and uses light to highlight natural beauty, whether inside at his modern studio or outside at scenic landscapes or highway underpasses. His fellow photographers do the same, capturing models, fiancées, graduates, and families in shoots of various styles.