Selecting the right images to include in your portfolio can be a daunting task, but the reality is that sometimes more isn't better, it's just more. In fact, the “more” in your portfolio may be confusing your potential clients. Knowing what to include and what to leave out can be the difference between your phone ringing off the hook or you hearing crickets. Join us for next week's Showit Live when professional photographer Stuart Thurlkill shares advice and answers your questions on how to build a focused portfolio for your photography business.
Though based in Scotland, Showit Design Partner, Gillian Sarah, has clients spanning from the U.S. to China. Gillian didn’t stumble upon her global success. She believes there are several factors to finally being a full-time creative in a industry she loves. “After spending 6 years of my life in a not-so-fun oil industry job, I […]
Classic. Beautiful. Approachable. Lake Highlands was designed for wedding and engagement photographers! You can change out the color palette and typography to fit your brand as needed. Drag and drop your photos, add your copy/wording and this site is ready to go in no time. Website design by Jessica Gingrich Creative. View Lake Highlands View […]
Has your website been hibernating? Have online visitors stopped by, but it was snoozing? It’s time for a website refresh to welcome in new clients. Winter is over. It’s time to come out and smell the flowers. Shake off that thick layer of dust from your furniture–and your website! Hibernation season has officially come to […]
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