product spotlight: simplicity collages for photoshop

Simple, Clean Photo Collage Templates for PhotoshopInspired by our popular "Clean & Simple" collage product, we've added five exciting new layouts for a striking new look. *Wow* your clients with these totally customizable, super-versatile templates. Clean and fresh, these sight-popping pleasers are perfect for everything from wall collages to marketing pieces, cards, and album page layouts. Show these to clients via the web prior to sales consultations for a thrilling new look into portraits as art, to save time and to boost sales.

PERFECT FOR: • Collages • Marketing work • Cards • Album layouts • Canvases • Image box covers • Blogs and websites PRODUCT DETAILS: • 10 distinctive designs • Fully layered Photoshop PSD files for unlimited customization • Delivered as 16x20 @ 300 dpi, but can be printed at any size • Fully automatic! Bundled actions inserts images into the template, creating a fully-finished presentation for clients • Compatible with Photoshop CS and newer, Photoshop Elements 6 and newer, Windows and Mac *Special thanks to Untamed Heart Photography, Amanda Andrews Photography & Tinywater Photography for the lovely sample images. Click here to check them out in the shop!


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