Photography Portfolios & Client Online Galleries Questions

4 years 5 months ago #471200 by LuShots
Hey yall 
How many photography portfolios should one have online? Also what are some good free client photo galleries so they can get the pics that i took at the event?

Thanks
Lu 


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4 years 5 months ago #471202 by One Creative Girl
I found this company here.  The website is called www.keepsnap.com  

Hope that helps. 


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4 years 5 months ago #471268 by The Gardener
IMO all you need is one good one.  What sort of events are you shooting?


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4 years 5 months ago #471315 by icepics
Seems like you'll need to figure out where and how to market your photography. Try pro photographers websites like http://asmp.org or PPA.

A good website may not be free. You'd need to figure the cost of a website into your business plan. You'll need a secure site so only the client (and their friends/family of their choice) can access the photos.

Look at the Terms & Conditions of any website you're considering using. To me the Terms on Keepsnap's site don't make much sense; the way the terms are worded sounds like they may have been written by someone who may not speak English as a native language - but it shows the site is in Canada (where US copyright and laws probably don't apply). I wouldn't be sure what you'd be getting into with that site.

I've seen photographers set up at an event like a sports tournament but they print onsite so parents can buy and take their kids' pictures with them; I don't know if people would bother to go to that website to buy photos or just use their phones to take pictures themselves.

Sharon
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