Studio Wallpaper: The Essential Size Sample Wall For stunning displays without delay, these clever clings share scale and groupings for a fraction of the cost of creating framed or canvas samples, all while still showcasing your beautiful art. Perfectly designed to exact standard sizes and image placement, our template set includes to-scale images of all standard US print sizes, from 8x10 to 30x40. No-fuss resizing in PDF makes comparing sizes to scale quick and easy; simply add images,Â print and attach to your wall for an instant visual selling tool that won't damage your interior like nails, ledges or traditional wallpaper. Finally, show clients the true scale of those 8x10s and 11x14s versus larger, more stunning presentations, making this a must-have for selling bigger portraits.• 53x100 inch wall cling template contains standard sizes: 30x40, 24x30, 20x24, 16x20, 12x12, 11x14, 8x12 & 8x10 • Fully layered Photoshop PSD file for unlimited customization • Complimentary InDesign file for speedy drag and drop workflow • Voucher for 15% off printing this Wall Cling from ProDPI through February 2012 • Bonus: 5x7 card template with pricing chart and print options (can also be used as an online PDF) Special thanks to Whitebox Studios and Paul Johnson Photography for providing us with the lovely images! Click here to check it out in the shop!
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Hi friends! My name is Alicia from Alicia Lucia Photography. I am approaching my fifth wedding season as a photographer and while my path to becoming a photographer wasn’t always an easy one, I knew in my heart that I was always meant to do exactly this!
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