I constantly struggle with how I want to display my images online. I have used/tried just about every single service, editor, portfolio site available. All of them have some flaw and some merit. But for some reason I am unable to settle down with any one service for very long. I think online portfolios and […]
Using an online image hosting service such as SmugMug or Zenfolio along with iPad and Android apps makes creating a digital portfolio easy with these simple steps.
You may not like what you hear when someone critiques your photos, but using these simple tips with teach you to have an open mind.
I have been using Zenfolio for about six weeks now and I am really enjoying the flexibility it offers photographers, without requiring computer programming knowledge. Controlled Access One of my early favorite features of Zenfolio is the ability to control who can access photos on my site. This is useful if you want to have […]
If you want to go pro, you need a portfolio. It’s often a chicken and egg situation. You need clients to build a portfolio and you need a portfolio to get clients. There are some workarounds. Hopefully this will help. Make Your Own Assignments First, you’ve got to practice, practice, practice and do it right! […]
This is a guest post by Stephan Bollinger – www.stephanbollinger.com Follow him on G+: plus.google.com/+StephanBollinger My previous article about the advantages of portfolio reviews has created a very interesting discussion. The question was raised “Why would I need a portfolio, I’m not a pro”, and even more intriguing “what exactly is a portfolio”. To clarify a few things, first let me […]
A good portfolio is a personal statement about a photographer. As such, there are no one-size fits all approach that will work for each individual. The best advice is to look at other people’s portfolios. There is a wealth of online portfolios you can find on the Internet. The key step here is to start […]