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Preserving a creative project in a photo book

Respected photographer Greg Sullavan explains his journey from photography enthusiast to photography educator to photo book creator. He offers tips on preparing files and using Momento Pro’s software to preserve his Norfolk Island series in a photo book.

Greg Sullavan and his fellow photography mentors, Jay Collier and Scott Stramyk, are the Photographers Collective. Libby and Geoff from Momento Pro have teamed up with the trio to host a workshop on Norfolk Island later this year and we’d love you to join them. Get a sneak peek of what to expect below, and read on to learn about Greg’s journey from photography enthusiast to photography educator to photo book creator. He also shares his experience of preserving a personal photographic project in a photo book.

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How to create a photographic legacy

This post is for dedicated photographers who’ve taken thousands of photos over the last few years or decades. Australian wildlife photographer, Darran Leal explains how he created the ultimate photo book that celebrates his photography career.

Darran Leal is a wild life and wild places photographer who runs the second oldest photo tour company in the world. Recently we printed his ‘photographic legacy’ book titled Wild Visions, so we’ve asked him to provide some guidelines for anyone else wanting to create a portfolio or photo book of your images that span years and possibly decades.

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Books for photographers + photo collectives

Experience the finer details of portfolios we’ve recently printed for photographer Simon Harsent and Sydney-based artist collective, Photoplay Photography.

Before we get too far into the year we thought it timely to feature some of the portfolios we’ve printed for photographers and photography collectives in recent months. Getting your work seen is one of the biggest challenges for photographers today, and a beautifully edited selection of images in a book could make all the difference. Get inspired to create your fresh folio with some help from Simon Harsent, and Photoplay.

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Portfolios that are bound to grab attention

There’s an art to crafting a portfolio that captures the essence of a photographer’s work, and makes it stand out from the crowd. NZ photography consultant, Christina Force, and commercial photographer Janyon Boshoff offer advice on how to successfully land new clients and jobs with a curated folio.

To help us figure how to create a portfolio that will grab the attention of agencies and editors, we’ve called upon Auckland-based photography consultant, Christina Force and Sydney-based food and advertising photographer Janyon Boshoff.

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