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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On June - 5 - 2022
Photography Portofolio

Photography Portofolio

Maybe when you’re planning on applying for a job or received an offer for a certain project, you’ll be asked to send in your personal portfolio of your recent works. And maybe you’re confused as to what would go in such a compilation.

Well, to make it a little bit clearer, a portfolio is basically a compilation of your best works during certain periods of time. Today, it might be true that a portfolio is one of the most important element in landing that perfect job or project offer.

This is especially for those whose education and work experience is closely related to the arts; for instance if you’re a graphic designer, architect, or a photographer. The filed of journalism may also call for a portfolio consisting of your writing and past achievements.

The content of the portfolio can be complied based on the works you’ve created during a work period. Remember that when compiling a portfolio, you shouldn’t get careless because a portfolio has a considerable influence when applying for a job or if you’re offering your services as a freelance artist. Read the rest of this entry »

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