Showcase your photography skills to prospective clients in an informative and colorful brochure that you design yourself using our photography brochure templates. Created by design professionals, our templates are easy to use, so you can add your own photos, graphics, logo, and more with just a few clicks of your mouse. Use your brochures to advertise popular photo packages, showcase previous work, or promote an upcoming special. After you’ve honed in on the design you like most, print your photography brochures yourself from anywhere, or trust us with your printing needs.
Creating a photography brochure to promote your business begins with your well-trained creative eye and one of our photography brochure templates. Add in a thorough understanding of your branding strategy and you’re basically ready to go. Browse our catalog to choose your template, then use our extensive color palette to apply your custom color scheme. Upload some of your best work to showcase what you can do, then replace the stock images in the template with your own. Change the font style, size, and color to fit your vision and swap your original content in for the placeholder text. Insert shapes, arrows, and more, including social media icons, with just a few clicks. Once your finished project matches up with your initial vision, give it a final proofread before printing with us or anywhere you like.
When choosing a photographer, prospective clients want to know that they will be seen through the lens of someone who understands how they want to be portrayed. Your photography brochure is the prime location to share your unique POV with the world. As you customize your chosen template, you should include the photography styles you offer (newborn, family, graduations, weddings, etc.), with a brief description of each and examples from your portfolio. Share practical details such as contact details, sitting fees, session lengths, outfit changes, and more as space and wisdom allow. Social media handles are also a smart addition to maintain that connection with past clients and to reach new ones. Finally, including a short “Meet the Photographer” bio is a simple way to let potential clients know who you are and why you do what you do!