• Photography Portfolios For University of Central Lancashire Photography Students

February 28, 2017

In the last week, H&Co have had the pleasure of producing portfolios for four UCLAN photography students (University of Central Lancashire). All the presentation books had to be in by the 3rd of December 2014 for their first assesment, so hopefully the portfolios lived up to the photography.

All were A4 chicago screw post portfolios and all but one used our polyproylene sheet protectors, which we still think for the money, offers brilliant clarity and quality.

We also made our first typo in personalisation (see if you can spot it!)

We have a guide for student portfolios which can be found here. Also, if you would like to see more examples of portfolios, click to our gallery page here

UCLAN Photography Students A4 Presentation Portfolio Binders





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