the luxe portrait studio magazine is here!

Studio Marketing Brochure for Portrait PhotographersStudio Marketing Brochure for Photoshop and InDesignIt's an exciting new age for the professional photography studio, so we invite you forget about stale, old-fashioned marketing pieces and focus on limitless possibilities with your own custom studio magazine. Design Aglow's new, professionally written and laid out magazine beautifully showcases your studio's work while educating and entertaining current and potential clients about professional photography. This product is all about you! We've combined our expert Design Aglow team for both writing and modern magazine design details to make the process of releasing your own 16-page studio magazine easy and enjoyable. Simply plug your favorite images and text for a marketing piece that looks just like the pages out of your own favorite magazines. All graphics and sample text are included to inspire you, allowing you to change as little or as much as you'd like to suit your brand and style. Your very own magazine format includes: • An editor's page to introduce yourself and your background • Client love letters to showcase what clients are saying about you • Featured client session with sidebar, great for any type of shoot • Your studio's portrait process from shoot to print • Favorite vendor feature to spotlight the local businesses you just love • What to expect the day of a shoot • Client wardrobe suggestion page for perfect portraits • Different product options (stock photos included) • A beautiful back cover with space for studio promotions • And more! Whether mailed to clients, left at your favorite venues, or handed out during initial meetings or at trade events, you're sure to stand out from the competition and make your studio the talk of the town with this stunning magazine. And, like Design Aglow's own widely celebrated magazine, you can enjoy sending via your favorite digital delivery format. Your studio with Design Aglow's industry leading team working to show you in your best possible light-- What could be better? PRODUCT DETAILS: • 16-page format for easy printing of physical copies, as well as for your favorite digital delivery format. • Professionally written and designed by the Design Aglow magazine team for you to use or as a template for you to come up with your own stories and sidebars. • Magazine is fully designed and ready to use; just plug in images, change colors to fit your branding and you've created a beautiful marketing piece. • Back cover has space for special studio promotions • We've also included an extremely valuable and comprehensive writing guide from Design Aglow's own editor to help you produce the best possible content for your own magazine. This guide is a mini-seminar that will walk you through all aspects of creating content for your magazine, including tips, tricks, step-by-step writing guidelines and even client questionnaires to send out. • Our recommendations for online viewing and/or printing your magazine are included, as well as a valuable coupon for 10% off your print order with Copy Craft. • Favorite vendor feature to spotlight the local businesses you just love (and cross-refer!) • Compatible with Photoshop CS and newer, InDesign CS3 and newer, Windows and Mac *We would like to extend a very special thanks to Michelle Huesgen of Untamed Heart Photography for the beautiful images in our sample magazine. Click here to check it out in the shop! Attention Wedding Studios: Please stay tuned for the launch of our wedding version of the Luxe Studio Magazine coming up very soon. If you are not already on our mailing list to receive notifications, please do so here:
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