product spotlight: client consult forms

Portrait Photography Studio Client Consult Form for PhotoshopPhotoshop Portrait Photography Studio Client Consult Form

When a new, potential client calls, there's no better resource to have in your hands (and in your portrait studio) than our comprehensive Portrait Studio Client Consult Form. Not only does this document keep your workflow organized, you will also be reminded to record all important information during the consultation process, including: information about participants, style and location; photography studio experience; rates; products; goals for the session and a space to record fees collected and payment type.

Wedding Photography Studio Client Consult Form for PhotoshopPhotoshop Client Consult Form for Wedding Photographers

When a new, potential bride or groom calls, there's no better resource to have at the ready than our comprehensive Wedding Studio Client Consult Form. Not only does this document keep your workflow organized, you will also be reminded to record all pertinent information during the consultation process, including: all important ceremony, wedding party, reception and coordinator information; bride and groom info; style and location; photo experience and products they are interested in. What's more, this integrative document collects essential data to begin a client folder, and also includes a space to record the couple's vision for the event. Used on paper or online via email or a web document, this form is the perfect solution for saving valuable studio time and money, while keeping you beautifully organized in the process. To see each form in the shop click the following links: Portrait Studio Client Consult Form and Wedding Studio Client Consult Form.


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