product spotlight: magazine style blog boards

Transform the way you display your images in blog posts, web content and marketing materials with our latest collection of professionally designed magazine style layouts. Beyond their stylish appearance, our boards add a much needed element of protection with collages, unique sizing and versatile watermarks that prevent your work from being printed unknowingly. Give your blog the appearance of a stylish magazine that will make your clients feel like they've been featured in a headline story, and build anticipation for the reveal of their complete session.

PERFECT FOR:

• Weddings

• Portraits

• Marketing and advertising

• Special events

Beautiful sample images courtesy of Untamed Heart Photography, Jenny Watts Photography, Angela Weedon Photography, Kristen Booth Photography, and Shannon Hollman Photography. Click here to see them in the shop!




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