Chapter Thirteen Finishing and Presenting Work

This final chapter is about completing your work and presenting it to other people in the most effective way. Finishing off means mounting, retouching if necessary, and deciding how pictures might be brought to the attention of potential clients and/or audiences. You might be taking a portfolio around to editors, art directors, and/or designers, or you may be trying to get work exhibited or published in a book, or you may want to publish or publicize your talent on the Internet. In all these forms of presentation, communication skills are important: you will need to be able to select images to show ...

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