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The Show Off Photoshop and InDesign Collage Templates For Photographers

Teeming with glamour and spotlight, The Show Off is anything but meek. This exciting 49-image layout brings a single stunning shot to the literal front and center, highlighting its splendor with like company, framing it with 48 smaller images. • Designed for impressive display as a 40x40 wall canvas • Features space for 1 spotlight centerpiece image and 48 smaller photos • Layered files and bundled actions make for quick and easy customizations The Show Off collection is designed for striking wall displays, but is also versatile enough to use throughout your studio needs. Create custom vendor gifts, sell as metallic art prints, design as photo cards or even album covers. Click here to see it in the shop!


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