fun senior album template for photoshop

Photo Album Templates for PhotoshopSenior Photo Album Templates for PhotoshopToday's share comes from Amber of Amber Fox Photographer.   She says, "I simply used the Organic Paradise Album Templates and your easy actions in Photoshop to add my photos and build each page and sent it off to WHCC.  A week later, I had the most beautiful book EVER!  This album totally expresses my brand. I love everything about it. It's vintage yet modern. It looks handmade and random, but you can tell lots of thought about design went into every page. It just oozes hip and totally hits this generation on the nose. When my senior saw this she squealed. She LOVED it! And when I show other clients, they totally want one." What a great way to create a buzz among your senior clients, Amber!  Enjoy your $75 shop credit~


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