design aglow fan share: fairytale overlays....not just for kids

Josh Merideth, of Bella Grace Studios, writes to us with his stunning share just one day after the launch of our new Fairytale Overlays...that makes us so happy!

Josh says, "I just bought the Fairytale Overlays and I LOVE THEM!!! I wanted to share an image that I would love for you to feature on the blog to show other photographers how quick and easy it is to do as well as the uses beyond just children's photography.

This is a commercial fashion image taken for Sophisticated Living Magazine that I pulled from my archives and spent about 2 minutes putting in the overlays. It only took me about 5 minutes from the time of purchase until I was saving this image."

We like how Josh gets what Design Aglow is all about...fast, yet effective paths to take your photography and your sales to the next level. Enjoy your $75 shopping spree for your share too, Josh. Beautiful work~




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