the fleur book: an album perfect for any session

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The beauty of our album templates is that you can either use them as-is or utilize all of the customization options and make them completely your own! Dana of Dana Laymon Photography shares, "I love the Fleur Book because of it's customization options! You can change the size of the pages and image slots and the color of the graphics - anything! It also already comes in the 10x10 size which I mainly use for my boudoir albums. I've printed the template with two different album companies and love that it's compatible with virtually any company. To make this album, I simply dropped the images into the slots of the page templates and uploaded the spreads to my album company for printing. It's that easy! My client loved the feminine layout of the album and were thrilled! With this layout they also get more pictures in their album than just using a template that only has one image per page. (The men love it too!)" Thanks so much for sharing Dana! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree in the shop! From the shop: Based on the best-selling Sweet 16 Fleur collage template, this gorgeous 30 page album will be a welcome addition to your studio. From weddings to newborns, this versatile design is perfect for any type of shoot or marketing materials. Simply use the included action to insert your images in Photoshop, or use the bonus InDesign version for a truly streamlined album creation process. PERFECT FOR: • Photographer's portfolio • Unique and flexible client album • Baby plan album • Studio marketing • Card or postcard (one page), a tri-fold card (three or more), or more for a studio brochure • Show one page at a time for a DVD slideshow product • Frame several pages for a wall display • Holiday cards • Thank you notes



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