day 5 of 2012 success tools: luxe magazines

Luxe Portrait Studio Magazine

It's an exciting new age for the professional photography studio, so we invite you forget about stale, old-fashioned marketing pieces and focus on limitless possibilities with your own custom studio magazine. This product is all about you! We've combined our expert Design Aglow team for both writing and modern magazine design details to make the process of releasing your own 16-page studio magazine easy and enjoyable. Simply plug your favorite images and text for a marketing piece that looks just like the pages out of your own favorite magazines. All graphics and sample text are included to inspire you, allowing you to change as little or as much as you'd like to suit your brand and style. Your very own magazine format includes: • An editor's page to introduce yourself and your background • Client love letters to showcase what clients are saying about you • Featured client session with sidebar, great for any type of shoot • Your studio's portrait process from shoot to print • Favorite vendor feature to spotlight the local businesses you just love • What to expect the day of a shoot • Client wardrobe suggestion page for perfect portraits • Different product options (stock photos included) • A beautiful back cover with space for studio promotions • And more! Luxe Wedding Studio Magazine Design Aglow's new, professionally written and laid out magazine beautifully showcases your studio's work while educating and entertaining current and potential clients about professional photography. This product is all about you! We've combined our expert Design Aglow team for both writing and modern magazine design details to make the process of releasing your own 16-page studio magazine easy and enjoyable. Your very own magazine format includes: • An editor's page to introduce yourself and your background • Client love letters to showcase what clients are saying about you, as well as frequently asked questions from your own wedding clients • Featured wedding with sidebar • A wedding day photo timeline to inform couples of what to expect and how to plan out their special day • Favorite vendor feature to spotlight the local businesses you just love • A double page spread dedicated to your gorgeous wedding details • Your studio's production timeline, from shoot to album • An article about traditional portraiture, and how your studio handles posed photographs • An article all about albums, where you can present your offerings to clients • A beautiful, double page spread focusing on engagement sessions, including a sidebar full of fun ideas for the couple • A page cover with room for a client testimonial and exclusive studio coupon • And more!

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