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Photography Style Guide for Portrait SessionsWhat to Wear: for Families, Seniors, and Engagements Straight from the hottest names in photography, Design Aglow's new style guide for portrait sessions is the perfect way to keep fashion flubs at bay for your clients' most important sessions and show off your photography in the most beautiful way possible...with style. Present this gorgeous style guide to clients and expect picture-perfect wardrobes with less worry and time spent. Use as simple flat cards, a spiral bound mini guide, or online as a paperless pdf or email. This savvy service shows clients you're in-the-know with fashion, lending every client to a unique, full service boutique session. Bonus items include: a printable tip sheet for photographers from the top names in photography and a client dress for success guide. Expand your studio catalog seamlessly with the Family, Engagement and Seniors Collections. With tips from the hottest professional photographers including: Jinky Art Studio Jessica Claire Photography Untamed Heart Photography Holli True Photography Amanda Holloway Photography Crave Photography Jessica Feely Photography Spanki Mills Photography Pastel Photography Jean Smith Photography Photography by Meg Whitebox Photography Click here to check them out in the shop!


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