new client order planning guide is here!

new client order planning guide is here!

 With its stunningly simple organization of all information, both studios and clients save valuable time when selling images, wall galleries, and studio products with our new Client Order Planning Guide. New for 2010, our Design Aglow exclusive includes information about the ordering process, visuals to inspire wall galleries and room environments, and a worksheet for wall dimensions, favorite images and notes. Presenting clients with this beautiful tri-fold at the end of a photo session will help them prepare for their order session. Guaranteed to enhance the overall client experience and boost your sales. This is the perfect complimentary product to our Studio Look Book.

PRODUCT DETAILS:

• Beautiful 5x5 trifold design

• Save valuable time when selling images, wall galleries, and studio products

• Templates are unflattened PSD spreads for unlimited customization

Introductory price of $35 (regular price is $40)




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