Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Depending on the industry of photography you're in, you'd be targeting different people. Movie and TV set still photographers, target studio photo editors.
1. Find out who judges the portfolios in the area of photography you're in
2. Contact their office to find out their submission policy and what format they want the portfolio in
3. If they don't accept unsolicited materials, ask who they accept materials from (reps, agents)
4. Contact those reps and agents
5. If after all of this, you still can't get your work seen, let me know and I'll start from the basics about creating relationships and getting referrals
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