It pays to look good on paper. Even the most stunning images can look uninspiring when viewed on an ordinary smartphone, everyday tablet or average computer screen, where you have no control over the viewing conditions or how badly the display may be adjusted. Whether you're seeking mentorship, pitching for work, applying for an exhibition or entering a competition, a quality printed portfolio can put you in control of your images and take you where you want to go.
Here, Canon Europe print expert Suhaib Hussain shares his tips for producing a printed portfolio that will showcase your photos in their best light and ensure that your images are viewed just as you want them to be. In addition, Eveline Eisermann and Alexander Cartellieri, respectively Marketing Communication Specialist and Digital FineArt Product Manager at fine art paper manufacturer Hahnemühle, explain how choosing the right paper can help give your portfolio the edge.
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