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April 26, 2015

Photography can be a truly rewarding profession if someone practices it in the right way. It can offer some wonderful experience and the same time offer a scope to make a decent income. Yet, for that, you need to establish yourself as a successful photographer. You need to market yourself and mark your presence in this highly competitive market. To start a career in photography, you need to design your photography portfolio correctly.

Theme Selection

A portfolio of a professional photographer works as a complete summary of his skills and abilities. It is just like a short book on the photographer and so it should have a single theme to bind the entire composition. Depending on your choice, you can select any technical theme or can go for a conceptual theme. However, make sure that the theme has not become a mix of both.

Your Aims and Objectives

When you are designing you portfolio, you should mention about your skills and specializations. Write precisely about the photography course in which you have been trained. Specify the aims and objectives of your profession in the appropriate way so that you can easily attract the attention of the viewer or the prospective employer to whom the portfolio is presented.

Exhibit Your Work

Just writing about yourself and your aims will not make the portfolio impressive. Your portfolio should serve as the advertisement of what you can do. Take some good snaps and exhibit them in the portfolio to make your prospective employer know, how good you are at the work. If you want to specialize in any particular genre of photography, you can use images in that particular genre only. However, if you want to show your versatility with your photographs, you should select photographs in different genres. Yet, the photos you select for your portfolio should have a theme. Be it outdoor photography or model photo shoot for your portfolio, you should give your best shot.

Edit the Work

Once you are done with the complete arrangement of the portfolio of your photography, you should devote some time for editing the portfolio. Make sure, whatever you have written in the portfolio is correct. Revise the introduction section. Most of you write a great detail about yourself in this section and mention too less about your work. The portfolio introduction should make your prospective employer know you as a photographer and not as a general person. Take some time in framing the portfolio. You may not get paid for the job. However, if the portfolio is framed professionally, you can get an opportunity to work as a professional photographer.

Get Your Work Reviewed

When you want to make your portfolio an impressive one, you can get it reviewed by someone who has been working in this field for a considerable period of time. This will add value to your portfolio. Yet, you should never get it reviewed by your friends or family members, it may create a negative impression.

A professional portfolio is important for anyone who wants to start his career in this field, yet, it is more important for a freelance photographer.

Rhommel Bernardino is the creator and webmaster of photographyarticles.net. He is a freelance photographer based in Toronto, Canada and has been shooting weddings, events, portraits, fashion, glamour and nudes for the last 5 years. He is also organizes photographic events like photo shootouts and occasionally hosts photography workshops in and around Toronto.

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