- [Chris] So I think one of the best places to begin…to develop your own manifesto or mission statement…is to define your roles.…Think about the different things that you do:…wedding photography, family photography,…food photography, whatever it is.…Next, brainstorm your core values.…What do you really care about?…And then, put that all together:…articulate some sort of a mission statement…or manifesto or combination of the two.…So to show you an example, what I want to do is…walk through how I would do this for myself.…And here's what this might look like for me.…Well the three things that I basically do,…I'm a photographer, an author, and a teacher.…
So I would first identify my different roles.…Then next I would say, okay, within that space,…within those different roles,…what are my core values and how can I then…come up with some sort of mission statement…or manifesto for those?…Well I have a lot of different core values.…But what you want to do is just brainstorm some.…So here are a bunch of mine:…authentic, artistic, kind, optimist, warm hearted,…
- What's a portfolio and why does it matter?
- Top three things every portfolio needs
- Clarifying and defining your vision
- Examining and evaluating your work
- Defining your motivation
- Making your own road map
- Developing a personal brand
- Developing a manifesto or mission statement
- Building the portfolio website
- Expanding your business with print
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Starting with the End in Mind
2. Creating a Road Map for Success
3. Developing a Personal Brand
4. Website Foundation
5. A Primer on Building the Website Portfolio
6. Increasing Your Online Presence
7. Expanding Your Business with Print
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