How to set up a Photography Portfolio - Tips for Making a Photography Portfolio

1 month 3 weeks ago #684976 by Alex
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1 month 3 weeks ago #685003 by garyrhook
I watches this yesterday, and requested an account at QT Albums, which got approved today. I'm always interested in high-end products, since Blurb, et. al. really just kinda suck.

BTW, Alex: suggest you put links to the product websites in your notes? This old man had a heck of a time understanding the name of the company.

And I'll say it again: you need a lavalier mic for better audio quality. The camera loves you, but we still need to hear what you have to say.


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1 month 2 weeks ago #685510 by Greg Friedman
Dude, that portfolio looks great.  What's that paper option called that you used?


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1 month 2 weeks ago #685514 by Alex

garyrhook wrote: I watches this yesterday, and requested an account at QT Albums, which got approved today. I'm always interested in high-end products, since Blurb, et. al. really just kinda suck.

BTW, Alex: suggest you put links to the product websites in your notes? This old man had a heck of a time understanding the name of the company.

And I'll say it again: you need a lavalier mic for better audio quality. The camera loves you, but we still need to hear what you have to say.



Hey brother, how are you doing?!  Excellent... I'm certain you will be very happy!

I'm not sure, but I think one of the overhead cams didn't have a companion audio as I normally have.  My normal set up in studio is a Rode NGT4 on a boom, recording audio separately into a Zoom H5.  There have been a couple times when I have forgotten to hit record.  :whistle:

On the subject of lavalier mics, I do have one.  Rode Wireless Go, which I use often when outdoors.  Love it.  

Lastly... my friend you are too kind.  Hope you are keeping busy and staying healthy... speak soon!

Alex

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1 month 2 weeks ago #685515 by Alex

garyrhook wrote: I watches this yesterday, and requested an account at QT Albums, which got approved today. I'm always interested in high-end products, since Blurb, et. al. really just kinda suck.

BTW, Alex: suggest you put links to the product websites in your notes? This old man had a heck of a time understanding the name of the company.

And I'll say it again: you need a lavalier mic for better audio quality. The camera loves you, but we still need to hear what you have to say.



Hey brother, how are you doing?!  Excellent... I'm certain you will be very happy!

I'm not sure, but I think one of the overhead cams didn't have a companion audio as I normally have.  My normal set up in studio is a Rode NGT4 on a boom, recording audio separately into a Zoom H5.  There have been a couple times when I have forgotten to hit record.  :whistle:

On the subject of lavalier mics, I do have one.  Rode Wireless Go, which I use often when outdoors.  Love it.  

Lastly... my friend you are too kind.  Hope you are keeping busy and staying healthy... speak soon!

Alex

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