Portfolio building on a budget – Part II

Posted by Ines Opifantion Filed under Personal work, Writings · Ramblings · Musings

Here is the first part of the post about portfolio building on a budget. The Paper Choice Finding the right paper was another endless task. In a last minute change-of-mind, I decided to make my portfolio in portrait orientation instead of the much more commonly used landscape orientation. Why? Because I realized, most of my current work is either in … Read More

Portfolio building on a budget – Part I

Posted by Ines Opifantion Filed under Personal work, Writings · Ramblings · Musings

There is a saying that goes “if you don’t have a portfolio, you are not in business”. Of course, nowadays, everybody has a working website where clients can browse through your images whenever they want. But if you are invited to an agency or client meeting, you don’t want them to quickly flip through digital images on an iPad or … Read More