the tastemaker collection marketing set is here!

Marketing For Photographers in Photoshop and InDesignDesign Aglow goes lusciously linear. Sharing your creative collages while flawlessly coordinating the many aspects of your business has never been easier! Our Tastemaker Collection Marketing Set couples your beautiful images with brochures, business cards, gift certificates, letterheads, envelopes client stickers, price lists and more. And since this customizable set quickly and easily allows you to change colors, fonts and images to match your brand, you'll love the clean, classic results without the worry. What's more, thanks to our instant download, you can create terrific marketing pieces today! PRODUCT DETAILS: This elegant set includes: • Two-sided 4×5.5, 8 panel accordion brochure to market studios • Two-sided business card • Two-sided 5×7 gift certificate • Letterhead and envelope • Packaging sticker for client packaging or anything else • Two-sided price list for offerings • This set is fully customizable, consisting of layered Photoshop PSD files to easily change the look • Fully automatic ~ Bundled Photoshop actions make inserting images a breeze • Includes bonus InDesign version of the templates • All elements are vector • Compatible with Photoshop CS or newer, InDesign CS3 or newer Windows and Mac. *Special thanks to Heidi Peters and Marla Carter for the lovely images. Click here to check it out!


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