• 11" x 17" Print Portfolio Book For Minneapolis Photographer Anna Rajdl

February 28, 2017

So seldom do we get asked to have three colours on a presentation portfolio book, that when it happens we wonder why more people don’t request it. Your presentation portfolio is part of your ‘packaging’ so little twists like introducing a subtle third colour to a portfolio binder, makes a statement. “No I’m not so boring as to have just one colour, and two colours is great, but I’m going for a subtle streak of red as well! Have you taken notice?”

Anyway, maybe we’re over doing it, but this is what Minneapolis Photographer Anna Rajdl opted for her photography presentation portfolio and we’re glad she did, if nothing else to remind us, that it is a good idea!

multi coloured portfolio book 11"x17"

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