The Essential Photographer's Cropping Guide Is Here!

The Essential Photographer's Cropping Guide Is Here!

Your client is thrilled with their images, but doesn't understand that their images will be cropped when ordering different sizes. Is this a familiar scenario? Don't let your clients get flustered by the confusing array of print sizes available! Keep your sale flowing. Guide your clients through the selection process with this elegant, illustrated guide to sizes. With examples of all the common ratios, plus tips for cropping for maximum effect, it will make your sales process smooth and fluster-free.

PERFECT FOR:

• Wall display collections

• Post-session ordering kits

• Studio consultations

• Online guides

• Delivering with digital negatives

BONUS: Compatible with both Photoshop AND InDesign!

*Special thanks to Tanja Lippert Photography for the lovely image in our sample.

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