fine art templates: portrait stylist collection is here!

Photoshop Pattern Backgrounds For Portrait Photographers 1Photoshop Pattern Backgrounds For Portrait Photographers 2Photoshop Pattern Backgrounds For Portrait Photographers 3Photoshop Pattern Backgrounds For Portrait Photographers 4 Your image is all about the associations your clients make with your products, so why not make each piece a work of art? This collection of six 16x20 vector mats with image-ready layer are perfect for wall art, album covers and cards. Best of all, these patterned mats are fully layered, so instead of a flat graphic you can customize elements and colors of these lovely designs until your hearts content.

PERFECT FOR: • Large canvases • Albums or image box covers • Marketing and advertising • Special events • Newborn decor • Save the date cards • Framed collages and canvases Special thanks to White Linen Photography, Sheryll Lynne Photographers and Leesia Teh Photography for providing the amazing images! Click here to see them in the shop!


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