What Makes FORDPIC PHOTO PRODUCTION Stand Out
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About FORDPIC PHOTO PRODUCTION
I’m Henry G Ford, a seasoned television journalist with stints at CNN and BBC. I run a photography studio in Scarborough, Toronto, specializing in creative commercial shots, profile portraits, and family photoshoots.
I shoot birthdays, special rituals, weddings, baby photos (usually 1-30 days), and any other functions that merit the storage of high-quality digital memories for generations to come.
My studio was first conceived in 2007 when I started working out of a basement before moving into a garage. I later opened my fully-fledged photo studio in March 2021, and despite Covid-19 restrictions, it’s grown through word of mouth.
My studio is strategically located at 3850 Finch Ave E - Unit G10, on the ground floor of the plaza with free parking for clients.
I serve clients across Scarborough, Markham, Richmond Hill, North York, Etobicoke, East York, Pickering, and Ajax. I can travel to my client’s home, or they can visit my studio to complete a project.
I’m open from 8 am to 8 pm each day, including weekends. However, sometimes the studio is booked for specific corporate sessions ranging from one day to two weeks.
Bookings can be made directly online through the website or by phone.
The FORDPIC PHOTO PRODUCTION Difference
I believe my history as a fine artist, journalist, advertising manager, and media relations specialist sets me apart from other photographers. I’m proud to have received awards in journalism and public relations from USIS, where I worked as an Information Assistant.
In addition, my background in creative art and imaginative composition is key to my photography brand.
My photography incorporates the principles of art like color, axis, symmetry, and chiaroscuro (eye-catching reclining light patterns common in Rembrandt portraits). This unique picture composition has attracted lawyers, university dons, and celebrities specifically for corporate portraits.
Once photoshoots are finished, orders for high clarity prints can be made efficiently online on Canon glossy or matte and sizes up to thirty-six inches in width. Quick prints get printed at the studio, and the rest is done from my print house in downtown Toronto. Printer cartridges are sent back to Canon for recycling which is part of my sustainable vision.
My dream for the future is to overhaul my studio lighting sets to cater to commercial photography. My goal is to extend my services to educational institutions and corporate organizations that require regular photographs taken during the year. I also aim to go into large format photography to cater to advertising and multiple print orders.
To meet this objective, I want to grow my team that currently includes a studio manager, three photographers, and two photo editors, into a large company of twenty-five employees within the following year.
I also believe in giving back to society, and as part of that belief, I plan to provide lessons to students interested in pursuing photography as a career or hobby.