the tastemaker 8 page brochure is here!

Marketing Brochure for PhotographersWhy settle for a boring postcard when this stunning, exclusive brochure from Design Aglow delivers appetizing perfection? The Tastemaker - 8 Page Brochure beautifully lends to successful marketing efforts with its easy-to-design template. With a classic yet modern design, clients will fall in love instantly. Created specifically with your studio in mind (complete with customer raves, services, and a price list), this image-rich product takes the mystery and headache out of creating a great first impression to complement your business. This must-have accessory for your studio will be your just desserts for stunning styling. This beautiful template includes: • 8 professionally designed pages complete with space to insert own images, packages, faq, and letters from clients • A full tutorial PRODUCT DETAILS: • Fully customizable, consisting of fully layered Photoshop PSD files to customize all colors, text, fonts, and images • Brochure is 8.75 x 5.75 inches • 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 Marla Carter and Heidi Peters for the lovely images.



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