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Posts Tagged ‘Portfolio’

Create a Clean and Simple Portfolio Design in Photoshop

September 24, 2014  |  Photoshop  |  , , , , ,  |  1 Comment

In thіѕ tutorial I’ll ѕhοw уου hοw tο mаkе a сlеаn аnd simple looking portfolio showcasing аnу kind οf visual work. I’ll touch οn basic Photoshop tools аnd techniques tο gеt thе final result іn аn organized аnd professional manner. Final Image Tutorial Fine points Program : Photoshop CS3 + Estimated Completion Time : 30 minutes [...]
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11 Ways to Make Your Portfolio Friendlier

February 15, 2013  |  Photoshop  |  , ,  |  Comments Off

As the editor of Psdtuts+, I look through a lot of portfolios. A big part of my job is to find talented artists and recruit them to become authors for the site. Over the years, I have developed some strong opinions about the ways in which artists present their work online. In this article, I wanted to share a few easy ways that you can make your online portfolio a bit friendlier to people that hire artists. Let’s take a look!Before we get started, it is important to point out who the target audience for your portfolio is. If the...

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Preparing and Talking About Your Graphic Design Portfolio

February 23, 2012  |  Photoshop  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

As a graphic designer a portfolio is essential. While it’s great to have an online one, it’s also a good idea to have a physical one too to take along to meetings and interviews. Putting together and showing this kind of portfolio of your graphic design work is quite a skill, and the best way to do it gets debated constantly by designers around the world. There is no right way of doing it – there will always be differences in what employers or clients expect, or would like to see. Some simple logic and advice will help you though, and...

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Photographer Jonathan Adler Swimsuit Model Portfolio

Magazine, website, swimsuit calendar, print, stock photos and model portfolios photographed on location at: Hawaii USA Vancouver Canada Sydney, Melbourne, Gold Coast Australia Amsterdam Netherlands Zurich Switzerland Auckland New Zealand Krakow Poland Vienna Austria by Professional Photographer Jonathan Adler Freelance internationally published professional photographer Magazines, Print, Calendars, Websites Graphic Designer: Websites, posters, menus, business cards Portrait Photography includes individuals, couples, weddings, pets Event/Concert photographer Professional Film/TV Actor Screen Actors Guild member 1996-2002 IMDB(Internet Movie Database) Credits listing(partial): www.imdb.com Specialties: Model/Actor/Musician portfolio/website photography and advertising/promotion. Teach model/actor skills for still and motion pictures I use models on paid magazine, print, calendar,...

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Elements of a Client-Converting Design Portfolio

August 24, 2011  |  Samples  |  , , ,  |  Comments Off

If you’re a designer and don’t have an online portfolio, you’re missing out on some serious potential for business. Online design portfolios are the quickest and most reliable way to convert potential clients into actual paying clients. But having a portfolio online isn’t enough in and of itself. In order to make the most of your design portfolio, you’ll want to include these client-converting elements. Contact form The contact form is the single most important element of a client-converting design portfolio. Make it easy to use and quick to fill out. You can get all the information you need from your client later. Make...

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