Forums > Critique > please help me clean my port.

Model

Maruschke

Posts: 543

Darfield, Canterbury, New Zealand

I want to clean my port please help me choose wich ones should go. Thank you

Nov 07 12 01:45 pm Link

Photographer

Marks Fine Art

Posts: 35977

Fort Smith, Arkansas, US

How many new shots do you have? I'm asking because you still have 5 slots available. Unless you have new work i would leave  your port the way it is for now.

Nov 07 12 01:49 pm Link

Photographer

Toto Photo

Posts: 2792

Belmont, California, US

I've never been a fan of two shots from the same shoot. Pick the best ONE of all those you have double or triple shots from, delete the rest.

Nov 07 12 01:51 pm Link

Model

Maruschke

Posts: 543

Darfield, Canterbury, New Zealand

I dont have alot. Most o my new shots is part of the couples range.

Nov 07 12 01:53 pm Link

Photographer

Marks Fine Art

Posts: 35977

Fort Smith, Arkansas, US

Maruschke wrote:
I dont have alot. Most o my new shots is part of the couples range.

I think you should do some tfp shoots with local photographers then revamp your port. If you delete now with no new shots to post your port will look empty.

Nov 07 12 01:56 pm Link

Model

Maruschke

Posts: 543

Darfield, Canterbury, New Zealand

Marks Fine Art wrote:

I think you should do some tfp shoots with local photographers then revamp your port. If you delete now with no new shots to post your port will look empty.

Ok thank you :-) I'm going to see who I can ask :-)

Nov 07 12 01:58 pm Link

Model

Brightonn

Posts: 234

New Orleans, Louisiana, US

Toto Photo wrote:
I've never been a fan of two shots from the same shoot. Pick the best ONE of all those you have double or triple shots from, delete the rest.

General good advice.  I always try to keep 25-30 images in my port, so that it shows even more than my print book of about 20-24.

Nov 08 12 04:01 pm Link