luxe studio magazines for the best possible first impression

luxe studio magazines for the best possible first impression

 An editorial style magazine provides professional appeal and the best possible first impression to help you sell your services with ease. Danielle of Danielle Honea Photography shares, "I got the Luxe Wedding Studio Magazine for weddings, but I loved the layout so much that I tried using it for other sessions too. Because truly, the uses are endless! The text is so universal and detailed, that I was able to basically use it the way it came-for my Wedding Collections. This particular magazine I'm showing is for Maternity Sessions, and I only had to tweak the text for the expecting parents a bit since they are still a couple and so many ideas applied. Obviously this was before I saw the other Newborn options Design Aglow offers! I love the layout of the magazine because it showcases a great text to image ratio. I'm sure you can tell I love everything about what this magazine layout offers! I used envelopes from Paper Source, and printed the magazines at my local Colorado print company. I primary use this magazine digitally, but when they are printed they get a lot of attention and connection with my clients!"

Thanks for sharing, Danielle! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~




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