As you know, Facebook Timeline Covers have been sweeping over the Design Aglow blog for the past week, and with good reason! Leesia of Leesia Teh Photography shares, "As with all of your great products, these Facebook Timeline Covers were a breeze to customize! I wanted to use them for clients instead of a photography business, so I removed the business info, made some color changes to show the variety of options, and added a permission/copyright line to make sure there's no confusion with that FB message about copyright infringement and business use. I don't add new products to my line often, but this was so fresh, new and different I couldn't resist! It's an easy add-on for both past and current clients. Within minutes of announcing this new offering on the blog, I had requests coming in! When I updated my personal timeline cover I had a compliment within seconds!"
Thank you for sharing these adorable covers Leesia! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop!
From the shop:
The inception of Facebook's new timeline covers makes working the business angle from your personal profile a whole lot easier--and prettier. No more wasted hours worrying about layout and design; spend your precious time updating your clients about your latest happenings in the studio instead! Six gorgeous masterpieces await your art and personal touch. Simply customize to suit your brand, upload images, and share the love six ways until Sunday. Facebook works 24 hours a day for your business, but thanks to Design Aglow, you don't have to.
Check out all of four sets of the Facebook Timeline Covers here!
I’ve been taking photographs ever since I can remember, but once I entered the world of wedding photography I felt the need to really understand my gear. Once you really learn your tools, you can worry less about the technical side and focus on putting your vision into that single frame. I feel the faster I can work, and the more intuitively I know my equipment, the more creative I can be. Wedding photography can make you a pro really fast. I think that artistic pressure is what drove me towards it.
As a lifelong fine artist, I didn’t fall in love with photography until post-college. I was a graphic design major who landed a non-creative position in the industry. Upon searching for a creative outlet, and being the hopeless romantic that I am, I discovered wedding photography and was immediately hooked. I poured everything I had into learning the medium so that I could eventually start my own business, which happened a couple of years later in 2012 — also the year I was married.