THE PHOTOGRAPHY FUND
pictures for people
The Photography Fund is a real thing, with a real person behind it, and with real equipment with which to capture images.
I love photography, though I would not call myself a professional. I love experimenting, though I would not say that I am an everyday-experimentalist. I do love the listening-to and the telling-of stories, and I see photographs—and TPF's role—very much as a form of story-telling; as creating a form of photo-journalism for the many and varied connoisseurs of every day life.
These full images will be owned by the objects of the photographs, or at least by the people and organizations with whom TPF contracts with.
Not everyone needs a portrait studio and telescoping lighting, though people should want and expect technical competency, above average vision, correct filters and lenses for the environment, and ideas for framing and capturing a moment. These expectations should not come at a burdensome cost, and to some this service should come at no cost at all.
This is where I come in, and I encourage you to sample the concept and engage in the process. You might not get perfection, nor should perfection ever be promised, but you will not be left disappointed in the outcome.
“Ryan Blair of The Photography Fund brought an expert eye along with his professional equipment to the shoot. He shot a very special event for us and was able to skillfully capture the essence, heart, and mission of our work – and the people it serves - through his lens. He deftly juggled stills and video, and even helped us provide footage to an evening news producer when their photographer was called to another location! Ryan is definitely our new “go-to” photographer, and we are looking forward to working with him again soon!”