Wag more, bark less: the Pet Marketing Suite presents your pet portraiture as fine art and illustrates that despite your playful clients, you mean business! The classic colors & fonts mix with modern angles to highlight your pictures in an image-heavy layout. Convey to clients that you take pet photography seriously with this turnkey marketing suite, ready with everything you need to brand your studio as a pet photography boutique. All Photoshop PSD files are included, for the ultimate in customization.
The Pet Marketing Suite at a glance:
• Business cards
• Letterhead & envelopes
• Marketing brochure
• Price list
• Gift certificate
• Social Media (Facebook Timeline Cover, Twitter Background & Email Header and Footer)
...and so much more!
*Special thanks to Leesia Teh Photography for the lovely images in our samples!
Check out the coordinating ProPhoto theme for even more seamless branding:
Join the hundreds of photographers who have already discovered how time-saving and helpful our all-inclusive suites are, like Sheryl of Flying Dogs Photography:
“I’ve been looking for a really unique boutique look for my website for a long time and as soon as I saw Design Aglow’s pet photography website template, I knew I’d found the perfect fit. I found it extremely customizable and I was able to drop in my own design elements, content and photos - easy peasy. I love how all of Design Aglow’s tools make me look like I’ve got it all together. I really appreciate being able to control my own content and blog too. Thank you Design Aglow for making my business look fabulous!” - Flying Dogs Photography
Hi! Tell us a little bit about yourself. How long have you been practicing photography professionally? What was your road like to becoming a photographer?
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!
Building a solid brand is a key part of running a successful photography business, but it’s not easy work. It takes time to develop your photography style and your voice. And then it takes considerable effort to craft those into a brand that helps you stand out in a sea of other photographers. There’s often a large amount of trial and error involved because sometimes you do things without even knowing that hurt your brand. But don’t worry… we’re here to help! Here are ten ways you’re killing your brand and how to fix them.