Design Aglow fan shares: call for submissions

Design Aglow fan shares: call for submissions

We love to see what you are creating with Design Aglow products! Please send your 8h x12w @ 72 dpi unwatermarked images of finished products to us here. If we use your images on the blog, you'll receive a $75 gift code for our shop.

Tips for successful product photos:

• use good, natural light, a simple background and avoid glares

• prop up flat pieces, like cards, instead of laying them flat on a table

• use a variety of angles and crops




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