Portfolio & Promotion

Photography portfolio and promotion for photographers. Print portfolios, portfolio books, iPad portfolio apps, direct mail and email promos

How to Simplify Your Social Media Profile Links

As I was looking at a jumbled list of URLs to my social media profiles it occurred to me I could clean up all my social media links with simple redirects from my website. There are a number of way to do this. If you’ve got a webmaster, they can easily do this for you …

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PhotoShelter Launches Beam Portfolio Websites

PhotoShelter has just launched their new photography portfolio website platform called Beam.It’s an awesome portfolio website platform for professional photographers because it’s also connected to e-commerce, cloud storage, image delivery, client proofing and marketing tools for professional photographers. Beam includes integration with popular social media, blogging and video tools like Instagram, Tumblr, Vimeo and WordPress, …

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Photoshelter and Foliobook Partner Up

My good friends at Photoshelter have partnered up with Foliobook iPad Portfolio app to allow Photoshelter users to easily add images from their Photoshelter account into to their Foliobook iPad Portfolio. Check out this screencast showing how this streamlines the process of importing photos to Foliobook. Import from Photoshelter from Foliobook on Vimeo.

Jasmine DeFoore Shares Tips to Building a Better Porfolio

Excellent advice from Jasmine DeFoore on how to build a better portfolio in another great interview on PhotoShelter. A must-watch for photographers… Get Organized & Build a Better Portfolio with Jasmine DeFoore from PhotoShelter.com on Vimeo.

What did you have in your first portfolio?

Q: Really enjoy your work. Can you give some insight into your first encounters with editors, what did you have in your portfolio, did you have celebrities in there from the start. Do you think that good portraits of ordinary people impress editors enough? — portraitphoto A: Thank you for that. I started off as …

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