I recently posted about another shoot with my portable studio set up. Here are a few from that session:
Today I have been working on my wedding album portfolio, over the past few weeks I have been busy going through my past weddings and choosing my best images to create a portfolio. This portfolio will not just be used to showcase my work, but also to try and sell wedding albums that I will be adding to one of my wedding packages once it is complete. The album is a start for getting together my work for wedding fayres that I will soon be attending.
When beginning the editing process for my portfolio I underestimated how big of a work this would be. I need to get the album perfect and pick images that i hopefully won’t look at and hate in a few months time.
I am using a software called simwire through sim imagaing. They offered me 40% off my first portfolio album which is really helpful as they aren’t cheap. Anyway 12 hours on the computer today and here are a few sample pages…..
I’m going to look at it again with fresh eyes in the morning and hopefully will be ordering this weekend!
If you’re interested in using sim imaging here is their website http://simimaging.co.uk
I have been playing around for a few weeks now with an edit for my Final Major Project, Chan and Alan. Making an edit of work is always the part I find most challenging, even more so this time round as this is the longest time I’ve ever spent on one single project so have a large collection of possible images.
As I have managed to get my edit down to around 40 images, I have decided it may be helpful to begin putting them in a sequence to try and help me eliminate any that may or may not be working but also bring any back in that I feel it needs.
I have decided to use lightroom over in design for a change as lightroom has been recommended as the easier programme for creating a book so I thought I’d give it a whirl.