We are talking SERIOUS juice here. Like major muscle juice. Your
portfolio is what sells you over another photographer or image
creator. So why take any chances? We have some tips and ideas here
that will help you get the most out of your portfolio and make the
biggest splash with clients. Not to mention, it is a great thing to
pull out at family gatherings when your rich cousin comes into
town. He ain’t got nothin’ on you.
Galleries and Templates
50 Great Portfolio Ideas
50 of the most beautiful and creative Portfolio samples and
25 Image Galleries
25 really amazing flash based image gallery scripts that not only
provide a nice user interface but are free and easy to adapt into
15+ Best Flash Galleries Roundup
Here is a very nice and attractive collection of Flash xml
galleries. Most of them are dynamic and use a XML file to load the
A list of companies that offer website templates for
A blog that shares many ideas and creations for Portfolio
to Make an Online Photo Album
Trey Ratcliffe gives a detailed account of his experience setting
up a portfolio using SmugMug – what worked well and what didn't.
Great tips for making the portfolio as user-friendly as possible,
and interesting commentary on the relative strengths and weaknesses
of SmugMug vs. Flickr as vehicles for getting your photos online
easily and securely, and for making sales.
Ultimate Guide To Using WordPress For A Portfolio
WordPress is much more than a blogging platform. Many professional
photographers use it for portfolios as well. This article from
Smashing Magazine has great visuals showing free and commercial
portfolio themes available for WordPress, tons of good tips for
designing your own portfolio, several examples of outstanding
WordPress portfolios by photographers – plus a resources list.
40 Great Photographer Portfolio Websites for Inspiration
Bill Jones has compiled screenshots + links of an amazing array of
online photography portfolios.
a photography portfolio
Good post from Photocritic.org on putting together a portfolio of
actual prints (not just online) to show to prospective clients.
Your approaches will likely be different depending on whether
you're displaying in a gallery, putting together an image library
or preparing a commercial portfolio.