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    just wondering if i can get any jobs related to photography... to gain experience and hope one day can slowly switch to photography.... pls visit my flickr for viewing of my work.... i have jsut recently buildt up this account and compiled them.... thanks

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    can any one tel me how to edit the post? how come i cant find any edit button?

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    hmm?there should be a edit button
    at the end of your post right corner

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redsun View Post
    hmm?there should be a edit button
    at the end of your post right corner
    thanks.. i saw it now
    but i swear that, when i posted this thread and wanna edit some texts
    there wasnt button of edit.. there were just 3..
    so weird!

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    Default Re: sharing my photography work

    I would suggest you prepare your best 10(min)-20(max) images for each genre of photography you are interested in. Example: A portfolio for travel, a portfolio for events etc. If you do not have enough images then choose 20 best and group them under ONE portfolio.

    Can you imagine someone looking for a travel photographer to browse through 200+ of your Bangkok 2007 looking for your best work? You are supposed to present your best and ONLY your best work to the client, not have the client look for it (and view your poorest works as well).

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    Quote Originally Posted by foxtwo View Post
    I would suggest you prepare your best 10(min)-20(max) images for each genre of photography you are interested in. Example: A portfolio for travel, a portfolio for events etc. If you do not have enough images then choose 20 best and group them under ONE portfolio.

    Can you imagine someone looking for a travel photographer to browse through 200+ of your Bangkok 2007 looking for your best work? You are supposed to present your best and ONLY your best work to the client, not have the client look for it (and view your poorest works as well).

    when i uploading, i was thinking of this too.. but then i think of there is thumbnail for very pic, and loading is fast, so i think should be ok... but well, i think i will be listened to what have u said...

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    Quote Originally Posted by averynkh View Post
    just wondering if i can get any jobs related to photography... to gain experience and hope one day can slowly switch to photography.... pls visit my flickr for viewing of my work.... i have jsut recently buildt up this account and compiled them.... thanks
    Be a microstock photographer like me!

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    Become a mocrostock contributor!
    Check out the best microstock websites: 123rf, Dreamstime, istockphoto.
    Some microstock agencies like 123rf or Dreamstime don't require sample images, that means that you can start submitting pics straight after the registration.

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