covergirl (or guy) yearbook ads are here!

Boost your senior sessions by offering hip, custom designed yearbook ads, and go from providing a basic shoot to an all-inclusive package. Blow the competition away and become a convenient, one-stop-shop for all your clients' senior portrait needs.

Includes 6 unique styles in full, half and quarter page spreads, and all elements are vector to allow unlimited customization in Photoshop, including color changes. Both you and your clients will love the wide selection of design styles, as well as the ability to provide quick customization. When it comes to selecting a photographer, potential clients have quite a large selection to choose from, so why not offer something extra to differentiate yourself from the competition? You will be remembered for your cutting edge products and for making clients look their absolute best.

Additionally, use these templates with your logo and favorite senior photos ( or reps from the school) to promote your business in local yearbook Ads. Designs can serve multiple purposes for your clients:
• Yearbook Ad
• Printed Graduation Invitations
• Digital Announcements
• Framed Art for Canvases

A special thank you to Meg Borders Photography and Sandi Bradshaw Photography for providing us with the fantastic images!

Click here to see them in the shop!




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