Editorial Photography Portfolio Websites | Tips and Examples

Get inspired by these amazing editorial photography portfolio websites and discover how you can create a stunning portfolio to showcase your editorial photography projects.

October 1, 2021
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Colin Dutton

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Brooke Warren

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Editorial Photography Tips: All About The Brand

An important skill of an editorial photographer is to be able to capture the essence and personality of the brand without having the brand in the photo. Having a deep understanding of the brand will allow you the foundation to stem your creativity.

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sander van der veen

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Wolf Matthewson

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James Campbell

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Tom Willis

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Rick van der Vlies

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Jonnelle Monzon

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Tips on Editorial Photography: Have Your Own Style

Finding your niche or style will help you steer your creative ship. Photographers need to find their own distinct style or feel. This will help you with the scope of your work – including your creative directions, the type of work you pursue, and the style of your online portfolio. Your style is like your signature.

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Stephen Paul

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Joelle St. Julien

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desktop browser window frameSteven Meidenbauer
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Steven Meidenbauer

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Gaby Deimeke

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desktop browser window frameLindsay Lauckner Gundlock
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Lindsay Lauckner Gundlock

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Jonas Yuan

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Editorial Photography Tips: Tell A Story

An editorial photography shoot revolves around telling a story that can either be placed beside the text or stand alone. The stories will then be shared in magazines, blogs, and other forms of new media. The story should be at the center of everything when it comes to editorial photography.

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Oscar Munar

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Tips for Editorial Photography: Network

Getting yourself published as an editorial photographer is a big part of editorial photography, so your ability to network and sell your photographs is everything. Whether it is using LinkedIn, emailing brands, or attending different events and conferences, find ways to develop connections in the industry and pitch ideas

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