May 17, 2012
I'm just starting to do some freelancing but I was wondering what type of portfolio is the best option. The print or the online? As far as the online one goes, which hosting site do you guys recommend. As far as the print, what are my best options. In need of help!!
May 18, 2012
id do both but i have no clue what the first thing about portfolios is lol
Since we live in an age where everything is online. I'd start there. My website is hosted through 4ormat. They make your portfolio view-able on a smartphone and iPad too. There's a free trail too.
May 21, 2012
BOTH. However, you should ALWAYS have a printed portfolio. Check out Adorama for your portfolio needs, their prints are insanely cheap too! It's NYC's best of the best. http://www.adoramapix.com.
11X14 is your standard size, but some artists prefer 9X12, although I don't recommend it. Don't go for frills. Simple, clean, professional.
Hope that helps;)
Thank you guys for the help, I will look into into it.
@Jordan L...I think the web site is adorama.com (not adoramapix). When I go to adoramapix it doesn't show any portfolios.
Adoramapix is where you get the prints done:)
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