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    I recommend this site.

    http://fotologue.jp/fusionphotography

    Very good structure, my next will be my own site already.

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    Default Re: How to create a portfolio

    back to your original question...... how to create a portfolio

    A portfolio is like a book so structure it like one.

    Chapter 1 - Introduce yourself and talk a little about your vision etc etc

    Chapter 2 - 5 etc..... - Have your best images categorized into different themes

    Last Chapter - Last words, contact information etc etc etc

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    for those who are interested, this is an example of a portfolio book>>

    reed + rader
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k45m9rCpSgI

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    Pandon me.. How to set up own domain site??
    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    just create online portfolio will do.
    no money, use multiply
    got money, set up own domain site


    hardcopy portfolio cost a lot of money. a few hundreds buck to produce a decent portfolio and only last you for a year.

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    with the rate of cameras appearing in the streets of Singapore, shoot organizers have a higher turnover rate then PG. hahah with an interesting n unique theme . That my aspiring friend is where u might want to venture in. Learning on how to harness the tools to create a photograph is tough, selling yourself is a totally different field altogether. But never give up. keep on shooting
    Man greatest tool. The imaginative mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Painting with light View Post
    with the rate of cameras appearing in the streets of Singapore, shoot organizers have a higher turnover rate then PG. hahah with an interesting n unique theme . That my aspiring friend is where u might want to venture in. Learning on how to harness the tools to create a photograph is tough, selling yourself is a totally different field altogether. But never give up. keep on shooting

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    Default Re: How to create a portfolio

    Every architect, photographer and designers of all disciples would need a portfolio. Its a flat, portable case for holding loose papers, prints, drawings, etc. Its built up over time, design and photography students would have a sizeable collection of project works over the 2 to 3 years course. A must for job interviews, business prospecting or just simply to flaunt your works.

    A2 flip would be impressive, mainly used for advertising pitches.
    A3 landscape opens to 12 X 33 stretched, very impressive panoramic span.
    There are readily available off-the-shelves products for DIY. Weve a 12 X 18 folder with binder post screws at $39, self-insert A3 prints. Inserts optional for smaller prints to paste on.
    just1book, no kidding!

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    Actually why dont you just use simple-viewer from airtight interactives?

    It's really simple to use

    All you need is a flickr account + webspace and hosting - which you can use free ones first like geocities until you decide to have your own domain.

    Of course nothing beats having your own website and its important that the overall design of the webbie should sync with your style of photography to help create a stronger brand image.

    Another plus of having your own domain name is that it looks more professional when handling emails

    for e.g. John@Blissfulpictures.com as compared to John@hotmail.com.

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