our biggest sales tool ever is here: studio look book

magazine the look book as a magazine-style product catalog....can be printed in short runs with our recommended printer (we have included a coupon too!) great for those who do not have in-person sales, and also for those who like to give clients lots of ideas for buying! book the look book as a press printed 30 page 8x12 book....perfect for having in your studio or with you at order appointments(we have included a coupon too!) page every single page spread is a work of art and 100% flexible...we have even included professionally written product descriptions and suggested pricing for every single item! keepsakes When we say "big" we mean superfantastic, rock-you-sales, blow your clients' minds kind of big. This 30 page, 8x12 catalog template has literally been in the making for FOUR months...created by a team of professional photographers, graphic designers, and writers to help you show and sell products with easy panache. Inspired by our Dream Product contest grand prize winner, Meg Sexton, we think the Studio Look Book© will become an instant must-have for today's successful studios. We created and photographed over $25,000 worth of the highest quality portrait and wedding studio products including framed prints, canvases, standouts, coffee table books, press printed books, session albums, image boxes, notecards, speciality items, DVD cases, and real life rooms with stunning photo displays for our extended version. The Studio Look Book© comes in two versions, with high res images or without. Both versions include 30 pages, plus book cover, of layered PSD files with completely customizable  layouts, embellishments, text, colors, and design elements. Use just some of our included coupons and save hundreds or thousands on our favorite studio products! Exclusive Vendor Coupons included in both guides: • buy one 8x12 press printed book and get one free at WHCC • $50 gift certificate to either Simply Canvas or Simply Color Lab • 20% off your 1st order of magazines at our favorite printer, Copy Craft • 20% off your first order at Framatic • Get a free frame for every $250 you spend at Obrien Scridde • $60 off any order at Wild Sorbet. • 20% off your entire first order of fine quality books at Album Crafters • 30% off each sterling silver piece and 25% off 14K gold pieces in your first order at Romero Designs • Save $50 on any order at Strategy Avenue See all the info right here!


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