What Does a Photography Portfolio Consist of?

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A photography portfolio, also known as photographer's portfolio, is a collection of the various photographs and pictures, which a photographer has taken throughout his/her careers. It usually contains most of a photographer's best works. The term portfolio is defined by the dictionary as pieces of creative work that is collected by an individual to exhibit and show their skills.
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Include every genre in your portfolio. Landscapes, portraits, architectural and photo journalistic samples should be represented in your portfolio. Employers are looking for diversity
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Make a personal website. I think thats the best way to showcase your work. Make it engaged. So the clients have the 'first impression' thing. You can check out mine here. http://
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There are many photography websites one may get ideas for a photography portfolio. Some of these sites include Vandelay Design, Folio Websites, and PhotoShelter.
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1. Examine the work of the great photographers at the local library, on the web or at a nearby museum. Ansel Adams and Eugene Smith produced dissimilar images using similar skills
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