Curating, editing, and publishing photo portfolios for other people is something I have done several times for clients before, but when it comes to doing your own (as with most things we do for others but not ourselves), it's a different story. For me (and for almost everyone who I have encountered in similar fields of work), it's quite the process...long and drawn out and constantly agonizing over questions like "Is this relevant? Is this appealing? Will this get me work? Am I personally proud of this?", the list goes on and on. But at the end of day, you will always be your own worst critic and you have to dampen those voices that hold you back from getting your work out there in a meaningful way.
All that being said, I am excited to announce that a new section of my website has gone live, after much labor and deliberation, and that is the Architecture and Structural Photography page.
I do hope that you'll have a look at it, and if you like what you see and are in the market for somebody to photograph some for your own project, let's chat!
Jinnifer Douglass is a full-time freelance web designer, photographer, writer, graphic designer, and consultant. She lives in NYC where she enjoys making the internet, taking pictures of birds, and Hearthstone. She can be reached via email, Linkedin, Facebook, and Instagram for project proposals and interesting conversation.