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Making a Good Portfolio

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by Sparkinium, Apr 15, 2009.

  1. Sparkinium

    Sparkinium Member

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    Hey all! I'm a technical theatre student at Western Washington University, and I'm working on creating my first lighting portfolio. Since I am certain many of you have years of experience in creating your own portfolios, I thought this the perfect place to ask for suggestions.

    What does your portfolio look like? How do you organize it? Do you organize it?

    I think you get the idea-I would love a discussion on portfolios and the best way to make a good one. I'd also be interested to hear about other kinds of portfolios-Lighting you can show with pictures, but sound doesn't have such an advantage. How do you get around the problems of presentation with a sound portfolio?

    Thanks!
     
  2. icewolf08

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    Try doing a search for portfolios on CB, there are a ton of threads with advice. There is a recent one in the lighting forum and there should be one in the education forum. There are many more.

    We really need a collaborative article on Portfolios, I just don't have time at the moment to collect and parse all the info that people have posted.
     
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    Thanks, I should have done that before but I was being silly. I'll poke around.
     

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