This book is a practical guide to aid in the process of creating, developing and presenting successful Theatre/TV/Film design/technology portfolios in the fields of scenery, costumes, lighting and sound. The book will consist of four sections or chapters. The first section is dedicated to the realization of effective portfolio showcases and it will identify materials and techniques used to produce them. This chapter will also identify specific requirements by discipline including scenery, costumes, lighting and sound and will cover the different portfolio requirements to apply for graduate school, jobs in the field, professional organizations and for promotional purposes. The second section is dedicated to the development and use of digital portfolios and it will look at the different software used in this area. The third chapter is about presentation and marketing and it will describe how to develop personal presentation techniques, resume, business card, and web pages. Finally, the fourth section offers key information in regards to the maintenance and updating of portfolios. Each chapter will feature real samples from the professional field and a page of qdo's and don'ts with comments from experts in each design-tech discipline.aWhile there are a number of programs that can be used to create the content of a site, Adobe Photoshop is by far my most ... Kristina finds that Photoshop is extremely easy to use and it offers many shortcuts and tricks to make repetitive tasks ... Kristina and her husband Jason work together on her website; they are Mac users at home but PC based at work; the programs they use are all Mac compatible.
|Title||:||Developing and Maintaining a Design-Tech Portfolio: A Guide for Theatre, Film & TV|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2014-06-20|