design aglow inspire guide templates available in preveal on your ipad!

Showing your clients exactly how their portraits can look in their own home has never been easier! With Preveal's iPad App, you can take all of the guesswork out of planning a wall gallery, and showcase size and layout options in an easy and brilliant way. Simply give your client our instructional guide (available in non-editable free pdf or editable Photoshop version), then drop their image into your Preveal App. Our educational guide teaches your clients how to take a well composed, properly scaled image of their home's future wall gallery location. We're revolutionizing the way photographers sell wall art! Learn more at www.getpreveal.com. *Special thanks to Untamed Heart Photography for the lovely sample images.


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