great studio share

Kristen Kalp of Essential Imagery has such a fun studio and incorporates many Design Aglow products in her mix...all customized to suit her colorful look!

Kristen says, "I wanted to let you know that, while I don't have pretty pictures of it, the Design Aglow Pro Select Plug-In has made me at LEAST $700 per session, and my sales have more than doubled since I implemented it. My average is hovering around $2K, which makes me and my bank account crazy happy! My humble thanks and utmost congratulations on creating the best product to hit digital photography since...the digital camera. Happy holidays, and keep shining, Kristen"

I also spy some of the following goodies in these shots: cool orange felt placements nailed to the wall for wallpaper, Design Aglow Artist's Elements on canvases and on Finao portfolio boxes (great idea!), our Inspire Guide: Portrait Displays as a Finao image portfolio (another fab idea!).




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