the senior style album is here!

Double the value of your next senior portrait session with the compliment of a full color, 30 page 10x10 album. Designed with presentation as well as functionality in mind, the album is equipped to be easily customizable to suit any company's specifications, and bundled actions help insert your images in minutes. Our modern layout is designed to display senior portraits, but would work well with a multitude of sessions. Try it out with your next baby or family portrait session and see what a positive reaction you get. Your clients will rave about the stylish presentation of their senior portrait session, and cherish it for years to come.

Click here to get yours today!

Special thanks to Stephanie Neal Photography, Hatch Photography, Kristie Bradley Photography and Hint of Whimsy for the lovely images in our sample.




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