editor's pick: mini books are here!

Wallet Size Accordion AlbumsWallet Accordion for Photoshop & InDesignPhotoshop Accordion Album Template for Professional PhotographersInDesign Accordion Album Template for Professional PhotographersWallet Accordion Templates for Professional PhotographersWith more applications than ever, Design Aglow's gorgeous Editor's Pick Mini Books place innovation and professional layout at your fingertips for perfect presentations in an instant. Simply choose any of our 6 distinctive designs and enjoy unlimited customization, from color changes to layering. And since there are so many ways you can hit the presses while you stretch studio dollars even more, it's never been easier to create your own best seller today!

PERFECT FOR: • Photographer's mini portfolio • Adorable client album • Studio marketing • Use several pages for a mini storyboard • Super deluxe holiday cards • Thank you gift • Upsize pages to create matching note cards PRODUCT DETAILS: • 6 distinctive designs (front cover, front spread, back spread, back cover) • Fully layered Photoshop PSD files for unlimited customization, including color changes • Designed using WHCC's wallet accordion mini book templates for easy printing • Includes bonus InDesign version for speedy drag and drop workflow • Compatible with CS or newer, InDesign CS3 or newer, Elements 6 and newer, Windows and Mac • Vector designs may be printed as large as you like

*Special thanks to Untamed Heart Photography, JG Photography, Tinywater Photography, Marla Carter Photography and Leesia Teh Photography for the lovely sample images.

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