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Shawn1112
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PostSubject: Portfolio   July 25th 2010, 7:13 pm

Can anyone make me a portfolio for my car? I'm trying really hard for bigger sponsors, and they all ask for a portfolio. I dont have a fucking clue how to put one together. I know I can use the pics Joey took for me today, but the rest I need help.

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PostSubject: Re: Portfolio   July 25th 2010, 7:14 pm

let me talk to my brother he used to model...
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PostSubject: Re: Portfolio   July 25th 2010, 8:00 pm

Just an example .........Portfolio for a Car Auto Body & Paint

Step 1
Take photos of body work and paint jobs you have completed. Start with a "before" photo of the cars. Show the succession of the work by capturing each step of the painting or body work with a photo to show the succession of the work.

Step 2
Take an "after" photo when the job is complete. Ensure the car is clean and in good lighting for the photo. Move around the car when taking the photos to get all angles of the work. If a paint job is only on the hood, specifically take photos of the hood and zoom in for closeups of the artwork.

Step 3
Print the photos. Organize the photos by car, and in order from start to finish. Fill out labels for each car with make, model and year information to place above the "before" picture of each car. Make labels for the "after" photo of the car with information about the length of time taken to complete the project and the price.

Step 4
Purchase an art portfolio from a craft or art supply store. Tape the car photos and labels on to the sheets provided in the portfolio and place them in the protective clear sleeves of the book. The protective, clear sleeves prevent dirt, dust and fingerprints on the photos when a person is looking at your work.

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PostSubject: Re: Portfolio   July 25th 2010, 9:28 pm

AR-15QUEEN wrote:
Just an example .........Portfolio for a Car Auto Body & Paint

Step 1
Take photos of body work and paint jobs you have completed. Start with a "before" photo of the cars. Show the succession of the work by capturing each step of the painting or body work with a photo to show the succession of the work.

Step 2
Take an "after" photo when the job is complete. Ensure the car is clean and in good lighting for the photo. Move around the car when taking the photos to get all angles of the work. If a paint job is only on the hood, specifically take photos of the hood and zoom in for closeups of the artwork.

Step 3
Print the photos. Organize the photos by car, and in order from start to finish. Fill out labels for each car with make, model and year information to place above the "before" picture of each car. Make labels for the "after" photo of the car with information about the length of time taken to complete the project and the price.

Step 4
Purchase an art portfolio from a craft or art supply store. Tape the car photos and labels on to the sheets provided in the portfolio and place them in the protective clear sleeves of the book. The protective, clear sleeves prevent dirt, dust and fingerprints on the photos when a person is looking at your work.

Thanks, but I think I'm looking for something a little different. I need something I can mail or e-mail. I think its supposed to be more detailed, like mod list, who performed the work, sponsors, future plans, list of shows, awards (etc). I kind of know what it is supoosed to be like, just dont have the computer skills to do it and make it look proffesional. It almost has to be like a resume.

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PostSubject: Re: Portfolio   July 25th 2010, 9:41 pm

I need something to do Shawn, I can do the computer stuff for you.

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