CRAFT A STRONG SHOWCASE
there is a lot more to building a portfolio than simply putting together a collection of your shots. a common mistake amongst many photographers’ portfolios is a lack of continuity or theme. images appear randomly grouped and don’t specifically emphasise that photographer’s style or creative philosophy. You should also update your portfolio often – prospective clients only want to see your best work, so keep it current. fashion is niche, so arrange images according to colour scheme or brand label, ensuring the photos you select demonstrate your full range of technical and artistic strengths. it must show your personality.
A portfolio is a client’s first point of contact with you, so ensure it’s an engaging gallery of ‘greatest hits’
Opposite BE BOLD Bright colours and bold style can increase the ‘visibility’ of your images and help them stand out for picture editors Below CHOOSE A SPACE Once you have images planned and models sourced, renting equipment and sharing studio...