Editorial portraits folio

Like most photographers I’m always looking at new ways of showing my portfolio. I’ve saved the presentation version of my editorial portraits folio as a QuickTime movie and posted it here. Please let me know what you think. If you look at it without going for the full-sized version the captions are a bit small but, apart from that, I quite like it!

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  1. I like it. The frame rate seems about right to me.

    I guess what you did was made a template at 3:2 and pasted the images over it, added a capture and then numbered them sequentially.

    Having done this myself with a set of images, the only comment I’d make is that I wanted to export to YouTube, and from memory, 16:9 is a better fit than 3:2

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    1. Thanks David. The thing started out as a presentation using a projector and was made in Apple Keynote, then converted to Powerpoint. At some pint I’ll remake the whole thing so that it plays better at full screen size.

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      1. Ah, my mistake. I used QuickTime Player 7, which I still have on my machine. It used to be a purchased app – not sure what it is now – and it has a ‘make a movie from an image sequence’ feature.

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      2. I need to go back to Keynote and remake it from there. The “export” options include Quicktime, Powerpoint, PDF and a couple of others. If you have never used Keynote it is absolutely amazing!

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  2. I have got the latest version and it is really easy to use. I have now uploaded a new version of the folio (24th May, 18:24 BST) which should be better on HD and the right aspect ratio too.

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