I'm just about to start working on a digital portfolio for my work. I'm wondering if any of you have any good tips on organizing this. When I 1st. started out with 35mm slides I waited untill I had a big pile of slide sheets before I came up with a system, with an index. I spent many hours in a cold loft playing catch-up. I want to nip this in the bud right away. I'll be burning this stuff to DVD as I bought one to install OS X.4 on my Mac as I only have a CD Rom drive. Of course I later found out this wasn't possible but at least I have a nice Lacie DVD burner now... Do you design your own spread sheets or is there some software out there that facilitates this? From what I can tell the iPhoto and PShop organizing systems are pretty basic, or am I missing something?
Another ?. I just got a digcam to shoot my 3D stuff. This will probably be the bulk of my portfolio as I build furniture and cabinets for a so-called living and will include these photos, as well as shots of sculptures and wood craft stuff. When I shot the 1st, series of test shots the other day my camera was set to take "super fine" shots at the largest size. They were HUGE. Stunning quality but huge. It makes sense that they be shot "super fine" but what about the size? I'm not clear what a gallery or whatever would require, or appreciate.