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The Modern Minimalist™ Album Is Here!

The Modern Minimalist™ Album Is Here!

Meet your new bestseller: the clean, crisp Modern Minimalist™ Album. Its light, streamlined layout is the antidote to overdesigned, graphic-heavy presentations of your work, allowing the quality of your photography to shine. The Modern Minimalist™ Album’s versatile design works with any style of photography, and serves as the perfect solution for every client and every session. Three cover layouts keep things interesting. The Modern Minimalist™ Album at a glance: 30 creative page designs Fully customizable 10x10” layouts This product is also great for: Cards Studio marketing and advertising materials Sneak peeks Mini albums Online slideshows And don’t forget the Modern Minimalist™ storyboards, cards, and blog boards, which further polish your presentation.

*Special thanks to Simply by Suzy, Nordica Photography and Gabe McClintock Photography for the lovely images in our samples.

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