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Magazine Style Marketing Set Photoshop Template For Photographers Magazine Style Marketing Set

This exciting Magazine Style Marketing Set from Design Aglow invites studios to brand themselves brilliantly. Show off an amazing number of images and convey style in a visually cohesive manner. Coordinate a studio's look and take marketing materials to the next level. Completely customizable in layers, easily change out colors, fonts and type to match websites and/or logo. Now, coordinate brochures, business cards, gift certificates, letterheads, envelopes client stickers, price lists and more with these classic, traditional designs. Better still, instant download at checkout feeds the instant gratification for those who can't wait to play with these exciting features right away.

Magazine Style 8 Page Brochure Photoshop Marketing Template For Photographers Magazine Style 8-Page Brochure

Make a stunning statement with this glamorous yet understated 8-page brochure from Design Aglow. This elegance, magazine style template takes the stress and mystery out of making a fabulous first impression and includes pages for everything, from FAQ's, to customer raves, to pricing, to services, all on 8 professionally designed pages, beautiful backgrounds and elegant elements. With plenty of room for gorgeous images of brides and grooms, family portraits, and more, your new brochures will be perfectly pleasing for vendors, clients and potential clients. A full tutorial is included! A very special thanks to Jose Villa Photography and Amelia Johnson Photography for providing us with the gorgeous sample images! Check out all of the magazine style products in the shop:  Blog & Inspiration Boards - Series 1 and Series 2, Marketing Set, and 8-Page Brochure!


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