add some holiday cheer with wintery photo overlays

Today we have a fan share just in time for your holiday photo deliveries. Chris of Chris Cornwell Photography shares, "I love the Winter Wonderland Overlays! I like that they're so easy to use and customize. I love utilizing the entire photo rather than inserting multiple photos in a layout. My clients simply love them! I printed holiday cards on the new cotton paper so my clients are able to use the photographs in frames after the holidays." Inside Tip: Use the overlays on more than just photos - such as holiday cards, newsletters, and more! It's a great way to bundle items for your clients and end the year with the festive design on any products they receive. From the Shop: Adorable and timely, romantic and thoughtful, this set of 22 must-have holiday overlays mix and match flawlessly to make your holiday portrait offerings even more relevant. Each easy-to-apply design is easily resizable to any dimension, which means you can customize children's portraits, cards, albums, and even gift tags beautifully, without losing precious studio time. PERFECT FOR: • Children's portraits • Marketing materials • Custom portrait designs • Holiday cards


Also in Design Aglow Blog

Boudoir Week 2017: Meet Jessica Manns
Boudoir Week 2017: Meet Jessica Manns

0 Comments

Well, hello! I'm a boudoir and wedding photographer from Pennsylvania; I am based in both in Philadelphia and in the mountains of Northeast, PA. I have a love for shooting film, vivid colors, fluffy dogs, salty snacks, binge watching Netflix, sarcasm, and napping. My road to becoming a photographer isn't a very poetic or adventurous story: I was a painter and had always pursued the thought of going to school for fine art. I took an introduction to film photography class in my senior year of high school and just fell in love with the medium. I've pursued my own photography business ever since and am still shooting with film!

Read More

Earth Day 2017: Plant A Tree With Us
Earth Day 2017: Plant A Tree With Us

0 Comments

One thing we love about living in Portland is the strong emphasis on sustainability and a genuine concern for the environment. The natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest has obviously inspired locals to care and take action, to protect the lushness surrounding them. The name of the game here is conservation and preservation - with multiple trash/recycle/compost bin options in every restaurant and coffee shop, to chicken coops adorning backyards aplenty. We’re so pleased to see this positive trend hit the design and technology spheres, as hard copies become a thing of the past and the Cloud becomes the Internet’s new storage bin.

Read More

Boudoir Week 2017: Meet Cheyenne Gil
Boudoir Week 2017: Meet Cheyenne Gil

0 Comments

I’m Cheyenne, and I’m a body positive, self love boudoir photographer based in Philadelphia. I love my mama, my puppy girl Penny, my babe, and cheesesteaks. When I was 13, I picked up my first camera. Two years later I started a little business photographing families, babies, and a very tiny wedding! I continued to shoot through my time in art school and eventually decided to fully dive into creating a well rounded business for myself. I left college after my junior year and worked my butt off to build up my business.

Read More