product spotlight: studio look book

Since we know you have to show it if you want to sell it, Design Aglow offers our very own ready to use Studio Look Book. Professionally written and graphically designed, our fully customizable template is divided into categories to help sell all your fabulous studio offerings, from everything from albums to wall galleries, specialty items, high resolution negatives and more. Our 26 page, 8x10 catalog template makes selling every single product your studio offers an easy and beautiful experience. Order today and introduce your studio to the next chapter in higher sales. Hundreds of dollars in valuable coupons from all our favorite vendors are included. Our deluxe version includes 40+ professionally photographed studio product images (worth over $25,000) for successful sales through show and sell. The basic version includes everything except product images. Simply insert your own product photo into our layouts.

PERFECT FOR:
• Stunning product guide as a press printed book to take with you on order sessions or keep in the studio
• Show as an online PDF guides or print as a 26 page magazine to give to clients
• Introduce your products/lines one page at a time as a postcard, e card, newsletter, or blog post

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