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I apologise if this question has been asked before. I am thinking of putting a portfolio together and would like to know what the best print size would be?
Thank you, cheers Pam
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I am pressuming this is to showcase your work?
If so 10 X 8 minimum, But you might as well go for A4, But either one will depend on your intended Portfollio medium.
Hi Vince, Thank you for your advice. Yes it is to showcase my work, I'm just going to put some "feelers out"
Thanks again. Pam
Hi Pam, Your most welcome anytime, Had a quick look at your PF, And note that you shoot a lot of Macro ( Very nice work too ) So I'd be inclined to go with the A4 option, Most papers come in A4, Printers are geared for A4, And it will show your work of much better, Again as I said this depends on the media you use for the Portfolio, But as a rule of thumb bigger is better as interested parties see it in it's whole glory, So to speak.
You could take a look at a site called " Photobox " They offer various means of creating a book like product of your prints, they come in Hard & Softback versions, We have had some done by them and they really do look very proffesional.
Prices are very reasonable & the quality is superb.
Hi Vince, Thanks again, will go check "Photobox" out. Like the "bigger is best" advice..... Cheers Pam
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