Broken Fence Studios Custom Design Options
We Don't Use Templates
Yep, our designs are fully customized for our clients, and they start at only $4 per page. You may like a crisp presentation with lots of white space and 2-pixel black borders on every image. You may prefer a deeply textured background with artistic borders on a few images, or you may want lots of swirly ornaments. You may not even know precisely what you like until you see it, so go ahead and browse the samples and descriptions below to get started figuring it out.
(This design has an image fade on a black background with a narrow white border on every image and a couple of ornamental swirls for an elegant feel.)
A Few Examples
1. This layout features plenty of white space for a clean, crisp look. The images have no border and stand on their own. This is a popular style for both portrait and wedding photographers. (The black outer border is not part of the layout; it is shown to indicate the boundaries of the layout.)
2. Here is a layout with a rough texture background, some grungy artistic framing, an interesting crop, and a graceful swirl overlapping one of the images.
3. This layout is part of a wisdom book, which some call a signature book or a guestbook. It uses delicate ornaments to define the borders of the image, and it has large ornaments on the opposite page. It has a lightly textured background with some enhanced light for the writing page.
4. This layout uses a richly textured background and some artistic framing to optimize the colors captured by the photographer and create a gorgeous spread.
5. This layout uses some unusual shaping to develop the foreground images over the background of faded images. That gives the spread a playful feel.
6. This layout features plenty of white space for a clean, crisp look. The images all have a thin black border. This is a popular style for both portrait and wedding photographers. (The black outer border is not part of the layout; it is shown to indicate the boundaries of the layout.)
7. This is an example of a lovely spread in a portrait album. The images are large and speak for themselves. The slender ornament picks up the green in the color image for just the right touch. (The black outer border is not part of the layout; it is shown to indicate the boundaries of the layout.)
8. This spread makes the most of the vibrant colors in the bride's bouquet. The swirly ornaments are faded slightly to leave the emphasis on the images themselves.
9. The grungy framing and roughly textured background echo the rock-n-roll tenor of the portrait in this presentation.
10. Here the color of some of the flowers is layered over an urban background. The bride is set up in some interesting framing, and there are a few swirly ornaments and some highlights to give the entire spread a modern twist.
11. This is a classic presentation of images and stark, graceful text. It has a plain black background and no borders on the images.
12. This layout features a black background on the left, then the background on the right has a custom texture that plays off the painting in the image on the left. The arrangement of images on the left makes the whole presentation elegant yet fun.
13. This layout has an elegant Western feel to it. The background is a deep red with central highlights, and the ornaments are custom-developed. The text is dusted up with a slight grunge layer.
WES. Frames befitting a rebel, this double portrait features my own handsome son Wes. (Yes, one of my personal favorites...)
14. Here is a layout with some interesting cropping. The black and white background image is almost fully saturated for an eye-catching look, and the image grouping on the right has a more traditional black border on each image.