Announcing: Our Inspire Guide: Show & Sell Wall Galleries is a PPA Hot One!

Announcing: Our Inspire Guide: Show & Sell Wall Galleries is a PPA Hot One!

Summer is in full swing here, and we have something hot to announce: the magazine Professional Photographer (the official publication of the PPA) just bestowed a 2015 Hot One award upon our very own Inspire Guide: Show & Sell Wall Galleries. This elegantly hand drawn collection of our 50 best selling layouts will transform your client’s home into an art gallery of memories.

We're honored that a network of our peers recognized the Inspire Guide as having “exceptional quality, innovation, design and performance,” and invite you to get your summer sizzling with this now award-winning product.

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