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QOTD from Tracey: "What do other photographers use as a portfolio book to show their work to their clients?"
Stephene: I simply use a tablet and SD card.
JFS Photography: actual prints in an actual album as well as framed prints on the wall
John: i do 4+6 prints in a album i keep all my senior in one and all the family's in one
JFS Photography: remember, a tablet, or monitor, isnt going to show 100% color accuracy...even if its calibrated...because here is why...the lighting in your studio/home/office, etc, is going to be different then the lighting in your clients home/apt. different light will affect calibrations on monitors. so therefore having a hardcopy print to show is alot better
Kelly: Prints in an album & a couple sample products, like a small canvas or photo book.
Heather: my business cards from Moo serve as my pocket on the run portfolio. But I also am working on an actual album as well
Ruby: I just ordered an edibook from Edibility Solutions. I'm anxious to see how it turned out. It's not permanently bound so additional pages can be added.
BP4U: I show clients 1 flush mount album, 2 coffee table book albums and 2 guest books. All those albums from Millers. If I know other people will be at the first meeting I will then load some recent weddings on a tablet to keep the groom/parents of the bride/groom occupied.
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