editor's pick mini albums to show off pet sessions

Editor's Pick Mini Accordion Album Photoshop Template for Photographers What better way to showcase our four-legged friends than on an accordion album with vibrant colors and cute sayings? Most people love furry cuddly little creatures, so getting a pet session printed in any way is always a crowd-pleaser. Whether you're printing it for your studio or for a client, you're guaranteed to snag a few new clients from these fuzzy faces. Liz of Elizabeth & Jane Photography shares, "I converted style 6 of the Editor's Pick - Mini Books to a 3x3 sized mini book. With a bit of tweaking, it was the perfect template for this client! So easy which translates to: more time to spend promoting my business and not behind a computer! There are so little templates actually targeted at pet photographers so I was really excited when I saw this template! It was so easy to just drop in the images of the clients' cat and dog and it was already worded perfectly - I didn't have to change a thing. Even the colors were perfect for this particular session!
The client absolutely loved the books and her family and friends did as well - so much so that it lead to more sales! I was also able to book this particular client for their wedding soon after their pet session because they loved the experience and the products I created for them afterwards - which is awesome!!!" Thanks so much for sharing this with us Liz! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop!



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