Modern Minimalist Photography Print Release is here!

Too often the legalese of owning a business draws artists from the muse, so Design Aglow is pleased to present our Photography Print Release. This must-have for selling digital files to clients beautifully coordinates with our Modern Minimalist Suite, for a seamless addition to your studio. Order yours today and release the stress of copyright wording as you release your prints to clients.

Beautifully coordinates with our Wedding Welcome Packet, Portrait Welcome Packet and Portrait Care Collection.

INCLUDES:
• client personalization
• number of files included
• your studio information
• print license specifics
• allowable/not allowable uses
• legal terms and conditions
• studio rights, including copyright
• US Copyright Act verbiage
• space for your consumer lab recommendation
• liability clause
• backup reminder
• cost of additional copies (in case of loss)

Click here to see more!

Sample images by Alyssa Rosenheck for Design Aglow.

Boxes, presentation folders and ribbon available in the Design Aglow Paper Shop.




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