new product: InspireMe Cards {kids}

Oh, baby. Trying to corral cute kids into great photographs? Design Aglow's exclusive Kid's Posing Guide will ensure your clients leave with family heirlooms they can treasure for a lifetime. Regardless the age of your pint-size (or tween) clients, this inspired and sweet set of 50 phenomenal poses showcases kids at their ‘fun to far out' and ‘serene to spunky' best, in a professional and caring way they will remember forever, both in and out of the studio. Bring out your inner kid, and put even more fun into your energetic sessions. Simply print out the high quality cards and bind with a clip for an easy, take-along guide in your camera bag. Featuring stunning imagery from: Audrey Woulard Lena Hyde Whitebox Photography Laura Novak Paul Johnson Anna Mayer Galina Sullivan Adele Reding Yan Photography Tara Whitney PRODUCT DETAILS: • A beautiful collection of 50 images to use as inspiration for photo sessions • Each card has a theme to use as-is or to inspire a series • Print out as 3.5 x 5 photos, punch a hole in the corner and keep collection on a key ring for at-your-fingertips ideas on location • Stunning backgrounds make each card a tiny work of art. • Delivered in .jpg format for easy printing. Or, if you wish, store the collection on your hard drive or portable image viewing device.


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