“Hi, my name is Ian Grant”
I Am A Professional Photographer
WHY HIRE IAN GRANT?
Ian is experienced and passionate about capturing unique images for his clientele. He loves the challenge of creating award winning images that they can use in their social media or advertising campaigns.
Ian’s first exposure to the photo process came in junior high when my brother’s teacher had a darkroom setup in his basement suite – this was the first time he had seen a photo develop on paper in the developer tray – he was bit. From there he setup his own darkroom in the furnace room at home and started taking black and white photos on his mom’s 35mm Pentax Spotmatic F and absolutely loved it!
In 2001 Ian was one of the first in Western Canada to embrace Phase One’s medium format digital camera technology and has been an ambassador ever since. He recently upgraded his PhaseOne digital back and is working with the world’s largest camera sensor, the new IQ4 150 Mega Pixel back.
He has also earned his Master of Photographic Arts (MPA) from the Professional Photographers of Canada (PPOC). He is also holds accreditations from PPOC in the following areas:
• Annual Report
• Editorial Portrait
Award Winning Imagery
2014 PPOC Commercial Photographer
of the Year Finalist
2014 PPOC Alberta -
Illustration Class Award
2014 PPOC Alberta -
Industrial Class Award
2013 Out of Province Commercial Photographer of the Year – PPOC Atlantic
2013 Winner Architectural Class Award –
2012 Winner Illustration Class Award –
2012 Finalist Architectural Class Award–
2011 Commercial Photographer of the Year Finalist –
2011 Winner Editorial Class Award-
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT
IAN GRANT PHOTOGRAPHY
Whether it’s in the mill or on location, getting the right shots with minimum disruption to operations or work crews is critical. Having worked with Ian on a number of assignments over the last six years, I know I’m not only going to get what I want, but what he thinks I should have as well – and that’s a bonus.”
When we first looked at Ian’s work in preparation for the design phase of this project, it became immediately apparent that the final published product would exceed our original vision. Ian’s photography quickly set the standard for the project and suggested design possibilities which enhanced the nature of the project. Not only did we benefit from the creative excellence of his work but Ian’s quick response to each of our many requests for specific images gave us the assurance that we could meet the tight deadlines set for this project. For those of us who have not had the privilege of visiting St. Joseph Seminary, Ian’s photography has given us the next best way to experience the unique beauty and dignity of this architectural jewel.”
Ian’s personality matches his work – both are excellent! When I first saw Ian’s work I was instantly drawn in by the creativeness and detail of everything. He captured exactly what we were looking for in every shot. He’s a pleasure to work with and quick to get in contact with. Working with him so far has been a pleasure and I look forward to working on projects in the future.”
Your photos are fantastic! The kiosk really looks beautiful in the space. And thank you for your kind words.
Wow, these pictures look fantastic!