Photographers: your paper chase is over.
Exhausted from sourcing and ordering your photography packaging--boxes, bags, wrapping, packets, tissue, and ribbons--each from a different vendor?
Design Aglow understands, and we're here to help.
Meet the Design Aglow Paper Shop, offering simple, modular, eco-friendly packaging thoughtfully created for the busy photographer who wants to have a one-stop resource for a modern, high quality, affordable presentation.
Make the outside look as good as what's inside with our polished presentation.
Design Aglow’s packaging line contains gorgeous folders and standard size photo boxes & bags, plus our simple money-saving solution for wrapping any odd-sized product, frame, album, and canvas, all at a fraction of the price of custom-sized boxes.
We offer the only charcoal bags and image boxes on the market, and our folders were designed exclusively for Design Aglow’s welcome packets.
Our packaging is crafted in the USA using renewable resources, hydropower, and recycled content. How many other packaging lines can say that?
The Paper Shop’s eco credentials are impeccable, making us the greenest packaging line on the market. Our commitment to materials like grass pulp and production methods like hydroelectricity lets you offer responsible products that are created with integrity and clearly stamped to say so.
We can show you the way to packaging your work beautifully, without stress.
Since 2006, Design Aglow has mastered a signature blend of style, simplicity, and ease that has made us the industry leader in education and tools for the success of professional photographers. Our Paper Shop reflects those same values, offering a product that is as attractive as it is hard-working.
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Earlier this year I attended Ben Sasso’s Heck Yeah Photo Camp located in Joshua Tree, CA. I had never been to Southern California, much less explored it’s incredible coast. For as long as I can remember I’ve wanted to look down the coastline of Big Sur or see the Sequoias. After some super last minute travel planning, I found myself with 3 photographer partners for an amazing adventure. We decided we would start at sunrise in Joshua Tree, head south to Salvation Mountain and the Imperial Sand Dunes and then begin our trip north where we would end a week later in San Francisco.
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