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Studio Newsletters: Portrait Collection

Read all about it: Regularly getting in front of your target market and staying in touch with your best clients has never been easier or more beautiful than it is right now. With the support of a full-fledged team of our professional designers, writers and editors at your side, Design Aglow's Portrait Studio Newsletters Collection is a must-have for every portrait studio at the top of the photography market. These stunning seasonal newsletter templates are pre-designed and pre-written, but they're all about you; so while we offer up a bounty of fresh ideas for topics that easily market all aspects of your studio, you are free to show off your new products, your most current images, and inspire with your stunning session ideas, all while keeping in touch with clients and prospective clients. Four quarterly issues present a custom luxury feel, and can be printed as quad-folds and mailed to your best clients or displayed online for a high-tech, yet cost efficient, presentation. We've even included instructions for a sideways scrolling online newsletter to blow your clients away! This year of earthly delights includes: • Four sets (winter, spring, summer, fall) of professionally written and designed pages, complete with graphics, and space to insert your own images. • A full tutorial A very special thanks to Anna Mayer Photography, Whitebox Photography, Heidi Peters Photography, and Lena Hyde Photography for providing us with lovely images! Click here to check them out in the shop!


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