Today at noon: Photography Portfolios 2.0
During our presentation we spoke about three guidelines or rules for creating portfolios. Hopefully, I also directed you to online resources and challenged you to post comments.
I am looking for you.
Below are some links. Notice the url's (web addresses). Usually, I would place clean up the post as I did below where I wrote "Go to the post about our presentation," but I wanted to show how Photoshelter increases their likelihood that photographers will find their sites when searching for articles. The url's are a priority for search engines.
Please visit the JEA Digital Media site. Go to the post about our presentation.
And see Grant Morris and Zach Hetrick as college and high school students respecively. Below is Grant's current portfolio.
Here is a recent photoshoot by Zach Hetrich. (I added it on May 2nd)
Check out some Photoshelter sites, such as this one http://www.photoshelter.com/mkt/student/
and this one about commenting http://blog.photoshelter.com/2011/04/are-your-images-commentworthy.html.
You might look at these too.
If you search through my previous posts, you will find photographers who use SmugMug, Shutterfly, Zenfolio and other products. Shutterfly and SmugMug have offered to contribute products for free. I will extend those to people who respond first to this post and to the JEA Digital Media site.