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InstaAlbum Canvas Wall Collage Photoshop Template For Photographers With Design Aglow products, the possibilities are always endless and we encourage thinking outside of the box when it comes to making a design your own. Today we have a great share from Caroline of Tinywater Photography, "I was ecstatic when I saw the InstaAlbum hit the shop! I've been using Instagram since it's debut and have been dying to put something together with all of the images I've collected. Not only did I put together an album for the studio with images from our shoots (like behind the scenes), but also decided to take one of the pages and have it turned into a 20x20 print mounted to styrene. It looks amazing! We love the extra pop of color and how easy it was to just drag and drop our images into the template. Definitely a must have for photographers who use their smartphones to document their lives on a daily basis!"

Thanks for sharing Caroline! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop! From the shop: Digital point-and-shoots and smartphone camera applications have added a level of personalization to the world of photography. These fun digitals are a glimpse into your personal life through simple capture technology. Archiving them should be just as personal ”“ and just as simple! The InstaAlbum is a simple-to-use template layout that can be tailored to fit virtually any album specifications. The layout's square photo slots are designed to accommodate Instagram imaging with minimal adjustments, but are also fully editable for customized shapes and sizes. InstaAlbum is the perfect template for creating album products for senior sessions, modern engagements, and even photo books to market your own studio.


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