magazine style blog boards in action

Today we have a lovely fan share from Lateisha of Fusion Photography. She writes, "I thought I'd take a moment and share how much joy your Magazine Style Blog Boards have brought to my life lately.  They have been an absolute God-send!  I've found the various blog boards to be so versatile and user-friendly that I've been using them for all of my shoots!  That's right, ALL of them....including Maternity, Fashion, and Children/Newborn sessions. And best of all, I'm not only posting them on my blog, but also on my Facebook fanpage- this forum is especially popular with my clients because they can tag the blog boards just as they would tag any other photo.  It's wonderful! Thanks so much Design Aglow for your innovative and unique products!"

Thanks for sharing, Lateisha, and enjoy your $75 gift certificate~




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