2020年欧洲杯赛程

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Beauty photographer Felicity Ingram merges classic natural and unorthodox portraiture

The London-based photographer’s bold images are rooted in female empowerment and the representation of myriad forms of beauty.

Date
19 March 2020
Reading Time
3 minute read
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Felicity Ingram

2020年欧洲杯赛程Asked how she would describe her practice, Felicity tells us: “My work is strongly rooted in female empowerment navigating between classic natural beauty and unorthodox bold portraiture.” These ideas give her portfolio a consistent tone of voice, which is furthered by her use of film and diverse casting. On top of these elements, Felicity’s images are recognisable due to her cropping. “I never use a tripod as I want to get interesting angles fast and have more energy in the images,” she adds, explaining how she achieves her idiosyncratic compositions.

Recently, Felicity took on celebrating .2020年欧洲杯赛程 A series of portraits which feature Felicity’s signature style, they document queer models who are “shaping fashion’s future”. “Brooklyn had such an amazing atmosphere of love and expectance during this time that it inspired me to shoot this project,” she says. It was this atmosphere which inspired her to reach out to several modelling agencies and gather together signees known as much for their “voices and outspokenness as they are for their beauty.”

An ongoing project of Felicity’s and one that we were initially drawn to upon seeing her portfolio is Flowers.2020年欧洲杯赛程 A personal project, the series aims to highlight “the growth of women both internally and externally.” Using flowers in every portrait as a metaphor for this, the images are tender depictions of all kinds of women and a testament to Felicity’s ability to draw intimacy and sincerity out of her subjects.

Ultimately, Felicity’s portraits are a reflection of the people she chooses to shoot. By casting her net wide, she paints a diverse and eclectic image of what it is to be a woman, representing beauty in myriad forms.

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Ruby Boddington

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