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Tips for Portfolio Photography

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Get a Second Opinion

Youve just spent a week designing your new portfolio and another week coding it. You launch your new site and announce it to the world only to receive a handful of negative feedback about the usability of your site. It turns out the site doesnt look too hot on 13 MacBooks because the resolution is nowhere near the resolution of your 27 iMac.
Oops Looks like you should have done some testing. Not only that, but a second opinion would have been great as well Getting someone knowledgeable in the industry to double check your new portfolio for you is never a bad idea. They can provide a second insight into areas you may have skimmed over, and point out any obvious bugs youre not seeing.
With saying that though, make sure you pick and choose your second opinion wisely. Try to stay away from family and friends, not only because their opinion may be biased, but also because they may not know enough about the industry to give you a proper opinion.


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What Is It For
Make the images stand out
Protect Your Work
Ask for feedback
What kind of pictures should you include in your portfolio
Rethink Your Navigation
How important is a strong ending
Choose an appropriate carrier for the portfolio that can be assembled in a myriad of methods
Why should you have a photography portfolio
Examine the work of the great photographers at the local library
Only Use High Resolution Images
Be flexible
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