keeping your photography studio organized beautifully with a custom binder

photography studio binderToday's share is from Niko of Niko Williams Photography.  She writes, "I used the full Sweet 16 Fleur collage on the front but removed some of the embellishments, and used just a portion on the back. For the spine, I rotated one opening and then duplicated that layer several times and added my logo. I like it because it's very different for a collage, and the product itself (how the layers are arranged, etc) is extremely easy to use. I also want to say how much I love your fan shares. It's a fantastic way to showcase your products and help fellow photographers with ideas at the same time. I took the suggestion of designing a custom binder from one of your fan shares and used the Sweet 16 Fleur template to create a business binder for myself. It is multi-purpose as it organizes everything I need for my on-location sales sessions, while displaying a template I can use to sell a collage. As you can see I used a small portion of it for the back, and just rotated some of the openings for the spine, all with such ease! It's obvious that you consider saving your customers time when you design your products, and I am so grateful for that!" Thanks for the great share, Niko! Your $75 gift certificate is on the way~


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