a sweet and simple collage to add to any order session!

Sweet 16 Collage Photoshop Template For Photographers

The simplest samples can be enough to get your clients excited about ordering prints and canvases in a heartbeat, especially when there is an adorable dog involved. Steph of Stephanie Massey Photography shares how she showcased her samples with us, "I wanted to offer my Woof clients a great collage piece, and to show them a sample as a canvas and a framed print. The Sweet 16 Collage template was perfect for what I had in mind. As always with Design Aglow products, it was modern, simple and fits my style of photography very well. This sweet Airedale puppy in the red chair was perfect for this offering. I sampled the red color from the chair for the text box, added my images and in minutes I had the canvas and print ordered!"
Thanks so much for sharing Steph! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop! From the shop:  Design Aglow's best-selling collage template is modern, multi-purpose, and mega-fun! Sixteen square blocks display any images, text, color, or pattern desired, and is sure to be a huge hit with clients. Especially well-suited to children's portrait work, weddings, general marketing and advertising for the portrait business, heads will turn to as they see the belle of the ball, no matter how busy the room. Click here to see it in the shop!


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