Easy To Use Collage Template To Impress The Most Discerning Clients

Easy To Use Collage Template To Impress The Most Discerning Clients

 Are you looking for a creative way to display a host of images on your wall without breaking the bank? Jennifer of Jennifer Lee Photographee used one of our collage templates to make an impressive display that clients love! She shares, "I used the "Album on a Wall: Best of Both Worlds" storyboard template from the Design Aglow store to create a photo collage canvas. In Photoshop, I resized the template from 20x48 to 20x60 to fit a narrow wall I have in my studio. I hand placed my favorite images from the wedding to tell the story of the day. I printed it at my favorite canvas lab, and I use it for display in my studio.

I love how this allows my clients to showcase their favorite photos in a unique way. I tell stories through my photographs, so it's hard to pick just one, or a few, for print. This is a no-brainer for clients who want to display several of their photos, plus it's a cinch to make! The template is also versatile, so if my client has a particular size they want to print for their wall, I can change the template to fit their needs.

Every time a client comes into the studio, they stop to look at this and comment about how pretty it is! I have had a lot of clients love the option of putting their photos on the wall instead of an album. They can see their photos in a story-telling collage every day, instead of being hidden away in a book on the coffee table."

Thanks for sharing, Jennifer, and enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us!

From the shop:

Made with custom design in mind, this marvelous mix and match Album on a Wall collage offers the perfect hybrid display for your imaging. It combines the best parts of album appeal with the artistic function of wall display.
• Stunning professionally designed layout, built for display as a 20x48 wall canvas
• Space for 44 assorted images, use horizontal or vertical
• Bundled actions for easy image integration and quick customizations Gain the beauty of innovative artwork without the hassle of trying to be your own graphic designer. Simply incorporate your images into the easy-to-use template for perfected final customized designs. Great for canvases but this concept is also a canvas for your imagination. Use it to develop studio marketing, incorporate as a unique album cover, build into packages as custom add-ons, and much more.
Bonus: This template is compatible with Photoshop AND InDesign for easy drag-and-drop workflow!



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