the modern minimalist™ studio look book is here!

the modern minimalist™ studio look book is here!

It's true: you have to show it to sell it. Now you can show and sell more than ever before with our ready-to-use Modern Minimalist™ Studio Look Book.

Professionally written and designed, our 26 page, 8x10 fully customizable catalog template is divided into categories to help sell your entire product line, from albums to wall galleries, specialty items, high resolution negatives and more.

Choose from Two Versions: Basic: Includes layout, embellishments, professionally written text, compelling product descriptions and bonus sample pricing. Simply insert your own product images! Deluxe: Includes all of the above plus 40+ professionally photographed studio product images (of sample products worth over $25,000). Included stock photos have placeholders within the products for your images so all the products will truly show off your own art. Use some or all of our images in your ready-to-use guide. You may also swap any of our images out for your own product shots. So easy to use as-is or customize them over time!

Special thanks to Elizabeth Messina Photography, Wild Whim Photography, Lena Hyde Photography, Untamed Heart Photography, Dixie Pixel Photography, Ashley McCormick Photography, Tyler Branch Photography, Melissa Oholendt, Cluney Photo and Something Beautyfull for the lovely images in our sample products.

Click here to get your very own Modern Minimalist™ Studio Look Book!




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