luxe wedding magazine is the perfect compliment to your studio

It's time for a studio revolution. Forget about stale, old-fashioned marketing pieces and focus on the 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. Your very own 16-page magazine format includes: An editor's page; client love letters; frequently asked questions; featured wedding with sidebar; a wedding day photo timeline for couples; favorite vendor spotlight; a double page spread dedicated to your gorgeous wedding details; your studio's production timeline, from shoot to album; an article about traditional portraiture; how your studio handles posed photographs; an article about albums; a beautiful, double page spread focusing on engagement sessions; a sidebar full of fun ideas for the couple; a page cover with room for a client testimonial and exclusive studio coupon, 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. Considering the cost of professional writing, editing, design and layout, you save thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours for a magazine that looks like a million.


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