Cinematography Studio Magazine

cinematography magazine template

Give brides and grooms, venues, planners, and all those who refer your services (and hire you!) exactly what they’re looking for in wedding cinematography with your very own studio magazine, and stand out as the top cinematographer in your market.

This fashionable magazine template offers an innovative way to showcase your cinematography studio and experience in a modern and personalized online or printed magazine style.

Featuring 16 pages of professionally written editable text and stylish graphic layouts in our signature Modern Minimalist™ look, the Design Aglow creative team left no detail unnoticed. We’ve even included a bonus guide to help you create the most effective magazine for your own market AND make a paperless online magazine, complete with video embedded pages!

Click here to get yours today!

Sample images by Samantha Smith Arroyo for Design Aglow.




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