Posts Tagged Portfolio Posts
These photographs below are hand held captures, in early light, using long exposures together with a movement of the camera. This technique has the effect of conveying much of the motion of light and water which is iconic of the ocean’s edge. The result is a painterly effect, captured in camera, without the help of Photoshop.
The Sydney Beaches Project: Every photograph in this series is captured on traditional photographic film (Velvia 50) using either a Mamiya7II or Horseman SW612 film camera.
I was asked for some advice about how best to use and show your portfolio in the commercial world. I thought it might be helpful to share a few top-line thoughts with everyone. This is a bit of a 'Brain Dump' so you might like to make a coffee first before you start to read...
Andy Biggs put together a video in his studio to show many of the different portfolio options that are on the market today. The idea was to put forth some tangible ideas for your own photo portfolios, and the products in the video range from around $5.50 to around $400. These items are from Moab Paper, Lost Luggage, Portfoliobox.com and Dane Creek Folios.