enhance your workflow with these simple and organized order forms

Today we have a fan share that showcases one of the main reasons we create our products: to help streamline your photography business by taking the work out of your workflow (and in an attractive way, of course). Wiff of Wiff Harmer Photography shares, "It was so easy to customize the Studio Order Form for my own studio! I did not over-complicate it by adding scrolls, dots or flowers. I simply replaced the font with my name and info, took it to Kinko's, printed it off as carbon copies (3 colors for my customer, accountant, and myself). Then I simply started checking people out. Which was, in essence, all I needed for this task. Customers love the yellow copy that I leave with them because I make notes such as which images are for certain relatives as gifts."

Thank you for the share Wiff! Your $75 Gift Certificate is on its way! From the shop: Because even the smallest details should never be overlooked, Design Aglow offers these simple and attractive studio invoice forms for consistency in workflow and makes a professional statement to clients. With customizable details, these forms can be made to match branding for studios. PERFECT FOR: • Simplify order fulfillment with a clear, organized format (especially useful for busy studios or studios with assistants completing orders) • Includes simple sign-off for client to approve order, model release, and copyright all in one place


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