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Amateur to Freelance: How to Develop a Portfolio

Indeana Underhill, Lifestyle & Travel Photographer

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6 Videos (20m)
    • About Me & What You'll Learn

    • Use Your Own Resources

    • Be a Tourist

    • Build a Portfolio & an Audience

    • Marketing

    • Wrap Up & Class Project


About This Class

Get More Experience Shooting: Amateur to Freelance

Ready to expand your portfolio, getting experience in different genres of photography? Don't know where to look or how to start? This class will help you get more experience for your portfolio, shooting lots and meeting people along the way.

No matter if you live in a small suburb or a massive city, there are always tools and resources to help you become more successfull at what you do. Through my own experience in photography with marketing, networking and shooting- you will have a long list of ideas and options that you can apply right now. 

This class is aimed at those amateur photographers who are looking to do something more with their photography. From building a portfolio to getting paid gigs, my tips and tricks will get you on the right path to begin looking ahead. 

At the end of the class, you will demonstrate the action you have taken by sharing a series of photos from a new genre of photography you have started to explore.

Be creative, daring and take great photos!

For more of my work, you can check out my instagram or website.

34 of 35 students recommendSee All

Very informative and insightful.
Im not a photographer but the tips she gives are handy for any creative, really enjoyed the class!
Dylan Slater

To conjure images of the future

amazing!! really helpfull





Indeana Underhill

Lifestyle & Travel Photographer

A love of film is a given when beginning to look at a career in the industry. It was a given when I was named after Indiana Jones as well but that's a whole other story. The desire to work in the industry hit me watching Malick's Tree of Life.

I entered the camera department because I couldn't do it. When I entered it, I didn't know where to begin. I had no knowledge of how to work a camera or the principles behind it. However, I knew I wanted to learn how to create the images we see ...

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