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the loft marketing suite & prophoto blogsite are here!

Echoing the open feel of your favorite warehouse space, The Loft Marketing Suite reverberates with urban energy. Strong lines make the images in this clean collection pop with the force of an art gallery exhibit. The Loft’s muted colors mean that any style of photography can find a home here. Take advantage of this small investment to look like the most pulled together studio in town with a product that–like all Design Aglow products–pays for itself instantly. Project a cohesive brand across all your platforms with this all-in-one collection. Our fully customizable templates provide your studio with everything you need to create a comprehensive modern branding experience, all at a fraction of the cost of hiring a professional designer.
The Loft Marketing Suite at a glance:
• Business cards
• Letterhead & envelopes
• Marketing brochure
• Price list
• Gift certificate
• Online branding ...and so much more!

Check out the coordinating ProPhoto theme for even more seamless branding.

*Special thanks to Gabe McClintock Photography, Kallima Photography & Tyler Branch Photo for the lovely images in our samples.

 




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