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The Museum Album features characteristically modern layouts with crisp and clean lines and inviting image-centric design. Distinguish your studio offerings as with modern designer pieces using this professional, easy-to-use album template. • 50 creative page designs • Fully customizable 8x12 layouts • Sleek and modern look to showcase any photographic style This incredibly well-crafted template can serve for traditional album layouts or as stand-alone templates for individual uses such as brochures and studio marketing, wall displays, digital slideshows and products, custom cards and more! Click here to see it in the shop!


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