the studio look book makes photography sales easier than ever

the studio look book makes photography sales easier than ever

Today's fan share comes from Jenni Ashton of Ulysses Photography.  She writes, "I absolutely love the Look Book, and so do our clients. Because I adore poring over catalogs myself, I had always wanted to create a catalog to showcase our products, but the thought of such a huge project was daunting. The Look Book Basic template was absolutely perfect for us ... beautifully designed and simple to use. We easily adjusted the wording and inserted our photos. We created one for engagements and one for portraits, making the selling process so much simpler. The feedback from our clients has been tremendous, and they come ready to order after viewing our Look Book. One client loved the Look Book so much, they wanted to order a copy to keep! :) Thank you for creating such wonderful selling tools!"

Thanks for the great share, Jenni....we love that you included the Sweet 16 Fleur in your Look Book (in the first image)! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~




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