Building a Portfolio and Useful Tips
A course by Maria Louceiro , Photographer and Art Director
Capture the ephemeral quality of analog photography in your portraits by using original filters and post-production techniques
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About the video: Building a Portfolio and Useful Tips
“In this lesson, I will talk about how to present your work and collaborate with the client. I will also show you how to create a great portfolio and take advantage of your Instagram account to promote your work.”
In this video lesson Maria Louceiro addresses the topic: Building a Portfolio and Useful Tips, which is part of the Domestika online course: Analog Portrait Photography: Creating Unique Atmospheres. Capture the ephemeral quality of analog photography in your portraits by using original filters and post-production techniques.
Partial transcription of the video
“Building a Portfolio and Useful Tips Now I will talk about how to present your work and work with a client. I will also show you how to build a great portfolio and use your Instagram account to promote your work. Let's take a look together. Once you have your images selected and postprocessed, you should select the best five to eight images that bring out the vision of your body of work. Try to maintain a visual coherence between the images while showing some diversity. Show only the work you want to keep doing more of, so as to attract the right clients for you. I mostly show landscape and...”
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Course summary: Analog Portrait Photography: Creating Unique Atmospheres
CategoryPhotography & Video
AreasAnalog photography, Outdoor Photography, Photographic Lighting, Photography, Portrait photography, Self-Portrait Photography
Maria Louceiro is a Portuguese photographer and art director based in Berlin, Germany, who creates dream-like images using digital and analog photography techniques. Inspired by photos of concerts from websites and magazines, Maria decided to venture out to concerts and capture her own images of musicians onstage. As her vision and ideas grew, so did her career as a photographer, with international promoters and musicians contracting her for major music events and concerts.
Her clients include Adobe, Pitchfork, Mercedes-Benz, MTV, VICE, Red Bull Music Academy, Coachella, and !K7.