product spotlight - album templates: the fleur book

Photoshop & InDesign Album Templates for Photographers Born from the same thread of creativity that inspired our Sweet 16 Fleur collage template, The Fleur Book album template is one of our most versatile albums to date. The appealing 30-page layout is a brilliant offering designed to complement any style of photography. The template's easy-to-use features offer simple design that take just a few minutes to apply. Use bundled actions in Photoshop to insert your images, or use the included InDesign version for truly streamlined processing. Easy and elegant, the Fleur Book provides a professionally designed template that serves as both an inspirational springboard and quick-reference resource for stunning studio tools. And don't stop at just albums! The Fleur Book template is also great for: • Photography portfolio • Studio marketing • Baby albums • Photo cards - flat, folding, or even tri-fold • Use single pages for digital slideshows, and frame multiples for wall collections • Holiday cards • Thank you notes • And much more! Click here to see it in the shop!




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