say thank you with gorgeous photo overlays

Client Care Cards and Overlays For Photographers Photoshop Templates 1Client Care Cards and Overlays For Photographers Photoshop Templates 2 Think photo overlays are just for use on photos? We'll have you thinking of all the amazing ways you can use your overlays after this fan share from Lynette of Blink Pics Photography. She shares, "I used the Client Care Cards and Valentine Photo Overlays: True Love to help me design a new DVD presentation folder for my wedding clients. I wanted to add a wow factor to the first time my clients see their wedding images and the way they're presented. The products are so easy to use and you don't need much experience with Photoshop or computers. It was really easy to change the colors and make the overlays any size I wanted. I put this all together in under 15 minutes (a hugh time saver!) and now I have a product my clients will love.

I hand delivered my first DVD presentation box and my bride was over the moon with how nice it was and totally different to the clear plastic case she was expecting. I also added the how to care for your DVD section from the Client Care Cards which has been fantastic as my client had not thought about backing her photos up before. Hopefully this will help her keep her images safe now for many years to come!" Thank you so much for sharing Lynette! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop! To see these two products in the shop click the following links: Client Care Cards and Valentine Photo Overlays: True Love.


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