Luxe Price Menus for Cinematographers

Luxe Price Menus for Cinematographers

Red carpet presentation: A simple, attractive and user-friendly price list is not only essential for your clients to understand your pricing structure, it sets the stage for a blockbuster sale.

Represent your polished, professional studio with this luxe pricing menu! In just minutes, customize and print your completed menu, or attach the finished product as an email PDF. You’ll enjoy the flexibility of choosing from three different cover options and two sets of interiors. Go ahead! Be ready to close the deal without taking time away from your first passion—film.

Click here to see our Price Menus for Cinematography, Portraits and Weddings in the shop!

Sample images by Kimberley Kufaas Photography and Tyler Branch Photo for Design Aglow.

 



 

 

15% off select cinematography products in the Cinema Week 2017 product collection with code 'CINEMAWEEK2017'. Promo valid until 11:59pm PST on June 30th.




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