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Portfolio Critique #3 - Bryce Koetitz, Videographer

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I am no videographer but an Art Director does look at reels when deciding who to hire to execute their storyboard. For that reason, it is just as important for videographers to position and showcase their work in a way that appeals to production companies and agencies alike. Today, we critique the video/photography portfolio of a student named Bryce Koetitz.

Please post any constructive criticism you might have for Bryce in the comments of the video.

On a side note, if you would like your portfolio critiqued, please send it along at http://www.opendoorcreative.com/contact/ and I will do my very best to get to it.

Thanks for watching!

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