I would like to print a portfolio of my best work up to now, for a number of reasons. Partly because it's satisfying to print images and compile them as finished works of art, partly to look back on it it a few years' time, partly to show to people what I can do, and dare I say to show to prospective clients? Trouble is, I don't know how I should go about presenting it. I know I want about 10 images at least, in some sort of nice display book, printed A4 would be nice (no bigger due to viewing distance considerations). Room for an artists' statement would be good, as well as possibly titles and descriptions for each photo. How do I go about it? I thought of a soft-covered ringbinder style thing which will allow new photos to be inserted/relpaced, but this won't allow for writing and perhaps doesn't stand out enough. I have heard of prints being mounted to card stock but have no idea how this works. Do I print on the old Fuji Crystal Archive or get a proper lab to print on something nicer? Most of the images are 3:2 but what do I do about the cropped ones? I'll need to think of answers to all these questions, and be able to do it within a reasonable budget. Any help is much appreciated.