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Organizing portfolios can seem like a daunting task. It may seem difficult to choose the amount of portfolio galleries necessary to showcase all of your work. With some planning and organizing, your images and portfolio galleries will begin to take shape before you know it!

Here are 3 steps to get you started:

Categorize your work before uploading to galleries

This first step is sometimes overlooked when starting off your website. If you’re able to categorize your artwork or images into categories, portfolios will soon develop. For example, if you are a wedding photographer, you may choose to categorize your weddings based on the bride and groom’s last name. You may also choose to sort them by season, location, or year. Whatever means you choose to sort your images, ensure that you have a cohesive system in place on your entire site.

Bulk uploading your images onto portfolios

Once you are able to organize your work on your computer, bulk uploading will become easier. This allows for a multitude of images to be uploaded to your website’s gallery/portfolio at a time.

Adding Image Details

Adding image details to your images can help index your work in a more organized way. Attributing the correct information will also help search engines pick up on what your image is related to and will help explain what you’re trying to show the world. Ultimately, these simple steps will help boost your images’ SEO.

Get more details here on how to implement each step.

Clemens Vanderwerf is a Dutch wildlife and nature photographer with a deep consideration and understanding of nature. He believes that by sharing the beauty of nature and wildlife through his images, he can create awareness for the changes that happen in our natural environment. Clemens always had an interest in photography but started to get serious in 2010 and followed his passion for documenting the natural world. Clemens believes that creating awareness though his images inspires people to act. More »

Photo: Produced by Spring Studios for White House Black Market

Liz Teich has been a wardrobe stylist for about a decade and with about 17 years in the industry from working at the clothing line Chaiken, as well as an art director for advertising clients such as Maybelline. She has a BFA from Syracuse University in Advertising Design, where she had to not only concept but also execute the ads for her portfolio. She also studied fashion design at RISD for a summer, in addition to taking both fashion and advertising classes in high school. It was a natural transition to take her knowledge of how both the fashion and advertising industries operate and apply it to styling for her clients. More »

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CORE Landscape is a boutique landscape architecture and implementation design firm located in Atlanta, GA. They take pride in creating well-thought-out design solutions for exterior spaces ranging from small gardens to large commercial sites. They started in 2004 as a design only firm and evolved over the years to include full design-build services. Their design style tends to trend towards simple materials choices and bold landscape design. More »


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