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A tablet for portfolio?

 
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Apr 18, 2018 15:05 |  #1

In past times I would carry a traditional portfolio of printed images. Those become heavy and when a viewer wants to see what else I may have images of, that can leave me in a stuck place if not prepared. For the most part the clientele I'm presenting this to will be for online so a tablet presents a quite vivid example of the potential look.

Thoughts on how some of you like to present your image work?




  
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May 18, 2018 05:30 |  #2

I have an iPad pro that I use. I'm using an orphan portfolio app that I use. The iPad is used just for presenting. It connects to an Apple TV for projecting as needed.

I'm have PowerPoint and Keynote on it as well as release app.




  
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May 25, 2018 12:58 |  #3

Thanks. I've not pursued this much due to a lack of $$ ATM. Found others that use them for product promotions so this is on my list. :)




  
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May 25, 2018 13:32 |  #4

Aside from the weight of a bulky print portfolio and the cost of printing, a digital portfolio allows you to custom curate your presentation to the client you are presenting to. Yes, you can have your 'standard' portfolio prepared for those impromptu moments, but for a scheduled presentation where you have lead time to do some research, a customized presentation is best.


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