new inspiration boards for your blog: the simple life

As we all know, a beautiful blog is something no professional studio can be without. It is becoming more important every day to stand out from the crowd and really put on a show for potential clients. Your blog is one of the first things your client will see when choosing a photographer, so extra care should be put into every post to let your personality and unique style shine through. Because most blog softwares don't offer the level of layout creativity the average photographer needs, we have designed 15 stunning templates to make each blog post a little work of art. The Simple Life collection is the perfect fusion of striking layout and a clean, simple look, suitable for any type of shoot. These boards will harmonize your blog design, keeping all your posts beautiful and consistent. Create these simple beauties in Photoshop by using the included action to add images to the PSD template.  A bonus InDesign file is included. Thanks to Tinywater Photography and Claire Alyse Photography for the lovely imagery. Click here to check out the Blog Inspiration Boards: The Simple Life in the shop!


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