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Creating a Portfolio

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In some areas of photography - commercial and industrial, advertising, social and editorial - it's important that you have a good quality portfolio of your best work ready to show people. If a new clients calls, for example, and asks to see some pictures, the last thing you want to do is start scrambling around trying to put together a set. Equally, no magazine editor is going to be impressed if you turn up for an appointment with an envelope full of dog-eared prints and dusty slides.
How to create a portfolio of your work by Luminous-Landscape
Creating a portfolio of your work is one of the most important things you can accomplish as a photographer. Unfortunately, relatively few photographers

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