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        Having templates that work for every session saves you time and money, so that you can get back to doing what you love...shooting! Kara of Kara Petta Photography shares, "I purchased the Modern Family album template a few years ago because I was impressed with the simple clean design. I have since used it with all my wedding albums and it's a huge hit! I love that I can incorporate it as a coffee table book or an album so it fits into a wide range of price ranges. I also use elements from the Visual Poetry Mini Accordion Albums for my fine art boxes and tie it together with the Modern Family templates for a cohesive look. I've also used the Modern Family template for wall art displays. There are so many uses for it! Clients love that there's a variety of sizes and styles of products that can be incorporated, so there are no extra design fees if they change size or switch from a coffee table book to an album. It's also clean and simple so it won't go out of style and their portraits are the star. It really complements my work perfectly!" Thanks for sharing your success story, Kara! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~




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