1. Show Your Best Work, and Keep It Concise.
A potential client doesn’t want to look through every photo you have ever taken. They’re interested in seeing a good range of your skills, and under standing your personal style. Select images that are the absolute pinnacle of your portfolio, and only display 10-20 of each category (e.g. 10 wedding shots, 10 portraits, 10 landscape images). If the visitor likes what they see, make it easy for them to contact you for additional examples.
2. Don’t Hide Your Contact Details:
The aim of any portfolio website is to have clients contact you. To this end, make your personal information readily available. An email link, contact form, or telephone number should be displayed on every page. Be clear on your geographical location, as people may often be looking for .someone relatively local.
Don’t ignore the rise of social media online, and start using mediums such as Flickr, Twitter, and Facebook to connect with others and showcase your photography. Links to these social networks should be displayed on your portfolio site.
4. Regularly Update:
Your portfolio site should be regularly updated. Aim to change the main I started photography 3 years ago, I wanted to express myself through the camera. I wanted to take photography to another level from just a hobby to a professional level. I decided to build my portfolio online. Having a strong, appealing portfolio is a great way to illustrate my work to potential clients. It can help establish my personality, and showcase the absolute best of my photography. These hints, tips and pointers will assist with creating a really impressive port folio – one that you’re proud to show potential clients.