mix and match templates for the perfect product: client care cards

Sometimes you're looking for a specific template to fit your photography needs. That's where mixing templates comes to the rescue! Jayne of j.ro photography shares how she used two templates to create her perfect product, "I just turned your Larger Than Life collage templates into a Smaller Than Life template by using one for my 5x7 client Christmas card. The bundled actions made it super easy to bring in the photos I wanted to showcase ... and the first design hurdle was easily conquered. Also, since I am celebrating my 5th year in business in 2012, I am running a promotion that I didn't want my past clients to miss out on. That's where your Client Care Cards came in handy (specifically the back of the Framing template). One second I barely had an idea of how I was going to promote this to my clients, and the next second it was done. I can always trust that my business dollars will stretch a long way with your templates. Thanks for making my client holiday cards a snap this year!"




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