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product spotlight: well rounded collage templates for photoshop

Presenting the re-release of our best selling collage template.  With added text layers and updated layouts, this collage collection so fresh and fun, you'll take pictures just to play with these six delightful designs. These clean, easy templates are sure to add a unique flair to images, without the learning curve. PERFECT FOR: • Prints • Image boxes • Brochures and post cards • Holiday cards or announcements (edit text & add colors/patterns too!) • Vendor gifts • Canvases • Grad announcements • Album covers or pages • Make a few samples from your session images to inspire your clients before an order PRODUCT DETAILS: • 6 unique designs with text layer • Fully layered Photoshop PSD files for unlimited customization • Fully automatic, Photoshop does the work of inserting images with a bundled action • Layouts are vector and may be printed as large as you like • Compatible with PS7 or newer, Windows and Mac * Special thanks to Tinywater Photography and Imago Vita Photography for the lovely images. Click here to check them out in the shop!


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