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heckcare.der

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dear all,

i am recently asked to submit my portfolio online for a upcoming event. but i am not too sure on what to put inside? on average, how many pictures shd i submit? and stuffs like that.
i do hope that you guys can give some advice! Thanks!
 

heckcare.der

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okay. is it recommended to put on flickr and just give them the link?

because they asked me to email them. it would be too crazy to email them the pics.
 

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IMO, putting in flickr or any image hosting site should be ok. Although if they insist that you e-mail the photos, just send them the best out of your best works :).
 

heckcare.der

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IMO, putting in flickr or any image hosting site should be ok. Although if they insist that you e-mail the photos, just send them the best out of your best works :).
thanks! dont have my own website yet. so i guess i will make use of flickr as a presentation.
is there a limit to how many pics to present?
 

g-khoo

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Hmm you should probably just show em what they want. If the company mostly requires event photography, then just show them more pics in that category.

I dont think your potential clients would wanna take more than 10 -15 mins browsing thru portfolios, so i'd say about 30 - 50 pix should be enough.
 

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thanks! dont have my own website yet. so i guess i will make use of flickr as a presentation.
is there a limit to how many pics to present?
around 200 pics. go pro >>unlimited. for pro...pay about USD$24 per year.
 

magnum25

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Go for multiply! no storage limit plus you can customize your homepage. :D
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