design aglow fan share: perfect modern albums

Jennifer Dery writes to us today with two uses for our Perfect Modern album templates...one coffee table book and one little 5x5 Finao peel-and-stick album.

Jen says, "I like that the designs are so simple and clean and classic, but the fact that the layouts run as Photoshop actions sealed the deal for me. I have never included albums with my services in the past, despite the fact that I know they would be a good addition to my product offerings. The Perfect Modern album templates have changed my mind...not only are beautiful, but they are fast and easy for someone like me who does not have a single 'designer' bone in my body. Thank you!"

We hear this all the time: clean and simple album designs + actions to create them = painless album sales




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