Fujifilm’s Studiomaster Pro 3
Productivity Software For Your Images Page 2
I'm afraid you've still got to shoot the wedding--we haven't found a way around that yet--but after the affair you can easily edit the images in the software. When she comes to pick up the images, you give her prints if you still use them, plus a CD slide show of the wedding, which you can either sell her or use as an incentive for a larger order. Being the kind person you are, you've also given her another CD where you've conveniently grouped the images by category, an easy to use feature of Studiomaster Pro 3. Maybe you've put all the images of the couple in one group, the ceremony in another, all group photos in another, etc., so it makes it easy for her to compare similar photos or photos of the same subject without a lot of looking around. Now--pay close attention--here's where we get to save lots of time.
The bride comes in to order her album. Instead of drawing things out or laying
photos all over the table, you open Studiomaster Pro 3, pull up the album company
of your choice from the four major companies that are included, and you start
designing! First, pick out the cover design you want, then just drag a print
in if it calls for it, and get going. You can drag-and-drop images into the
page template and the album will be displayed just as it will appear on your
computer. Keep dragging and designing until you're done, make her a printout
of the entire design, then "pack" it up for the lab. Your prints
and album are ordered!
The software has several other features, including easy archival and retrieval of orders and the ability to add your logo to any images. If you're looking for a way to easily manage your digital files and streamline your workflow, this could be just what you're looking for.
For more information about Studiomaster Pro 3, be sure to visit www.studiomasterpro.com.
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