Brittany of Brit Chandler Photography shares, "My goal was to create a stunning album for a fresh 48 session. I used the Perfect Session Album Template to create my client's album in about 20 minutes. The template is action based and super quick and easy to use, which is so important to me. I then purchased a fog 8x8 album from Design Aglow with a cameo photo and uploaded my files on their album page. I think I had my entire album created and ordered in 30 minutes.
Why do I love Design Aglow's albums? Let me count the ways! The craftsmanship and quality of these beautiful albums is so apparent. The second I opened the box, I was stunned. Seeing my artwork in a product like this is so much more satisfying than seeing it on a flash drive! Another fabulous reason that I love ordering albums from Design Aglow is the fact that they include a beautiful, charcoal album box and white tissue paper with every album order. That makes my job so much easier, and my presentation to my client is professional and now effortless! Most companies don't go out of their way for their customers like Design Aglow does. And they make it easy for us photographers to go above and beyond for our clients. Having high end products and beautiful presentation and packaging is a great way for me to stand out from the crowd!
My album had to be shipped across the US, and when my client opened the box, she immediately texted me "The album of Boston's hospital pics arrived today. It is SO gorgeous, I can't stop looking at it! The cover is amazing. I got a little teary eyed paging through... Thank you!"
Thanks for sharing, Brittany! We love your approach and are so happy for your success. Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~
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Less is more.
Too many people attempt to do it all. Remember that kid in middle school who tried to be the all star on the dodgeball team? Nobody liked him, and he only got in everybody’s way. Focusing on one particular skill, direction, goal, project etc. takes work and effort. The drive and desire to have your hands in a little bit of everything needs to be suppressed.