When researching for portfolio presentation options I found myself searching for a while. I found a lot from various vendors but they were often lacking in presentation quality. I turned to the iPad for a portfolio app. I purchased the Xtrafolio app. Once you read directions, it's easy to work with. The reading of directions is important. I went rouge at first and it wasn't going well. Directions good, frustration bad. Xtrafolio allows you to add your company logo, customize colors, and view in a slide-show which also allows for music from your iTunes library to be played. Overall not a bad way to present your work. Not to mention it's also cheaper and more convenient than dealing with an actual hard copy portfolio.
The iPad being the great tool that it is, I wasn't completely satisfied. I also wanted hard copy for portfolio presentations. I finally found one from Moab Paper. It's the Chinle Ice Nine 12X13 Entrada Bright 190. It's a portfolio that ships with 10 pages of a fine art photo rag paper that are pre-scored to enable pages to turn over with ease. Moab Paper says you can print on both sides, but I only printed on the one just to maintain the style & simplicity I was looking for. The portfolio is a 12X13 but that includes an inch for the binding which means you will be printing on a 12X12 paper. When printing place the binding end at the top of the printer feed and make sure the printer prints in the orientation you need for it to be placed in the portfolio. I printed my images at 6X9 which centered them nicely, also make sure to download the printer profile from Moab for the paper and printer you are using, this will produce the best results.
I am very happy with the presentation of the portfolio. It's high quality, sleek, and simple. Its easy to add or replace images, and it produces a professional impression. Moab paper has many options for presentation and storage and they produce some high quality professional products.