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Dec 22, 2005 20:30 |  #1

I have just done my first model portfolio shoot. Just wondering what the standard size the prints should be for a portfolio that will be used for a modeling agency.


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Dec 22, 2005 21:25 |  #2

Ask the model what the agency wants to see & what her printer needs to layout.


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Dec 23, 2005 04:33 |  #3

Generally the classic portfolio has been 11x14, and now its going more and more digital. It's always good to see what particular requirements the agency wants, as Frank said.


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Dec 26, 2005 19:09 |  #4

agreed - see what the agency wants. some will prefer 8x10 glossy white border, loose, others will prefer 11x14 in a bound porfolio book


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