Cinematography Welcome Packet

cinematography welcome packet

welcome packet for cinematographers

videography welcome packet

videography welcome packet templates

marketing and selling templates for videographers

marketing and selling photoshop templates

marketing templates for videographers

marketing and selling indesign templates

We’ve put together everything you need to help your videography studio with original marketing content and templates that guide wedding clients through every step of the process. The clean lines, modern typography, and open spaces give your images center stage, and evoke a feeling of bold style. You’ll never worry you’ve missed something because we’ve included professionally written verbiage that covers everything from checklists, professional tips, novel tools for upselling, and subtle ways to get your studio name out into today's busy marketplace.

Cinematography Welcome Packet at a glance:
• Welcome thank you note and studio introduction
• Business card with studio information
• Wedding day bridal guide
• Essential studio policy verbiage
• Online video information and production timetable
• "Just for Grooms" info to get the groom prepared for filming
• "First Look" presentation and advice
• Engagement session up-sell card
• Preferred vendors info for cross-referrals
• Purse-sized bride’s wedding planner accordion
Plus...
• Bonus InDesign versions for speedy drag-and-drop workflow
• 7-page tutorial of must-have sources and information
• Made using templates from ProDPI, but suitable for any lab

Click here to get your new Welcome Packet today!

Special thanks to Kallima Photography for the lovely images in our samples.




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