“These photos, this box… My grandchildren will pull these out of the closet one day and say ‘THAT was my grandma!’ Thank you so much for this, Nichole. This will truly become a real family heirloom.” ~ K
During my childhood, there was this one spot in our dining room china cabinet that was always full of photos. There were literally bags full of floppy 4x6’s. When I was bored or wanting to reminisce, I would go there and search through them, trying to dig up memories that I had already forgotten from my first ten years of this life.
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I’ve been a photographer for 20+ years and have fine-tuned my sales process to include only the essentials. As artists, it can be difficult to be organized and create the tools we need to succeed and thrive. However, if we want to run a sustainable business, we need to sell products. Lots of products. And, we need to make the buying process easy and enjoyable.
I have been using Design Aglow’s eco luxe packaging for years, with stickers for my studio logo and info. Just recently, I made the leap to custom embossed packaging with my name and studio and logo and OMG there is NOTHING LIKE IT.
Design Aglow’s packaging line uses gorgeous French Paper and has the eco credentials my clients and I appreciate and adding the final touch of customization elevates my brand all the way to the top.
Today's share is about our Studio Success Guide: Branding & Style, and comes from Elizabeth Williamsberg from Elizabeth Williamsberg Photography.
"I had literally just moved my photography business 2000 miles away, and when I reopened my business, I knew I needed a fresh, new brand for my fresh, new location. I hired a graphic designer to make a new logo, brand sheet, and website, but when she asked me for ideas, I had no idea what I wanted or where to start. She came up with some initial ideas, but none of them were what I was looking for--even though I wasn't particularly sure what I was actually looking for.