product spotlight - album templates: the modern family

Modern Album Templates for PhotographersModern Photo Album Templates for PhotographersSimple Photo Album Templates for Photographers

Fabulous and refreshingly chic, the Modern Family Album possesses a clean and simple design perfect for featuring all the characters in any given family. 30 pages adorn this 10x10 album template and each one showcases the very best aspects of portrait photography. With its crisp lines and an edit-friendly style, this book promises ultra usability and is super easy to customize. It's naturally perfect for family albums but also an excellent resource for many other studio uses. • Feature your work in your own photographer's portfolio • Develop your brand and use for studio marketing • Sell as flat cards, post cards, folded cards, and more • Use individual pages on your website and blog • Use as a collection for framed wall art or canvases Click here to see it in the shop!


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