impress your clients from the start with well rounded blog boards
One of the best ways to wow your clients without having them snag your images from your blog is to use the Blog & Inspiration Boards. The images are kept at odd sizes which makes it difficult for clients to print, but keeps them visually stunning for your blog sneak peeks and presentations. We love the way Marlyne of Marlyne Alexander Photography showcased an engagement session using the Well Rounded Blog & Print Inspiration Boards. She says, "Our client was so amazed and loved her session even more after seeing it presented with this layout. She even asked if she can have a canvas made of the design to put up in her future home! All I had to do was open up the files in Photoshop and insert our images...so simple! They're visually pleasing and so easy to use! In addition, I can't wait to use the same template in other ways such as for canvases, albums, etc."
Thank you so much for sharing Marlyne! Your $75 gift certificate is on its way!
From the shop:
You've always wanted more than one way to insert sessions into amazing blog posts to showcase your photography business. How about 15 ways? Design Aglow does it again with the latest Blog Inspiration Boards in our Well Rounded Collection. Marrying more beautiful elements you'll love from Design Aglow with plug and play ease, blogs look professionally designed by you! Limitless customizations make for greater value for your studio. Order yours today and let us make you look even better.
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At the end of May, I travelled from Regina, Saskatchewan to Shanghai, China with a group of friends. Our first day in Shanghai was exhilarating! We woke up at theRock & Wood Hostel, purchased a map and planned our day over breakfast in the dining area. There are many green public spaces in Shanghai and they are well utilized. People's Park was a personal favourite. People were dancing, practicing Tai Chi, playing mahjong, sleeping, singing, talkingand eating. I saw a young girl painting with water on the path and watching it fade away. It was beautiful and made my heart happy.
There are any number of ways you can market your photography business: online profiles with paid and unpaid services, or social media advertisements. You could even go old school and try a radio ad or billboard. But we’re firm believers that one of the best ways to spread your good name is by good old-fashioned word of mouth. Because it works.