the ultimate album designer in action

We love seeing a wedding album come together beautifully! This fan share from Amy of Amy B Photography features a recent 12x12 album and matching parent albums she created in no time using the Ultimate Album Designer. "Thanks for making such a great tool, saving me so much time in the process!!" From the shop: Like a music album, a photo album should be teeming with energy, emotion, and variety. The Ultimate Album Builder allows you to create this kind of exciting combination across more than 300 pages of template layouts. Simply select your desired layouts and create an album or project with as many pages as needed by simple drag-and-drop for the easiest workflow yet! Optional background textures provide for complete customization, making it quite possibly the only album template you'll ever need! Use the classic 12x12 square design for standard album book printing, or get creative and crop to custom sizes.

Here are some inspired ways other photographers are using the Ultimate Album Designer:
• A stunning portfolio presentation • Unique and flexible client album
• Studio marketing: single-page prints for postcards; multi-page prints for folding brochures
• Holiday greeting cards
• Thank you notes
• Blog & Web Layouts

Thanks for sharing, Amy! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to our shop~

Have you created anything lately for your clients from Design Aglow products? Feel free to send us images here. If we feature it on the blog you'll get a $75 shopping spree at Design Aglow!




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