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Photography Logos

Photography - Minimalist Camera Ticket logo design
Photography - Nature Tropic Camera logo design
Photography - Blue Minimalist Camera logo design
Photography - Gold Trophy Camera logo design
Photography - Red Mobile Camera  logo design
Photography - Violet Film Camera logo design
Photography - Forest Tree Lens logo design
Photography - Magnifying Glass Camera logo design
Photography - Orange Fruit Camera logo design
Photography - White Camera Outline  logo design
Photography - Heart Camera logo design
Photography - Youtube Beauty Vlogger logo design
Photography - Blue International Photographer  logo design
Photography - Detective Cameraman logo design
Photography - Watermelon Camera logo design
Photography - Golf Sport Photographer logo design
Photography - Seafood Photographer  logo design
Photography - Fountain Pen Camera  logo design
Photography - Camera Cafe Studio logo design
Photography - Perched Bird Lens logo design
Photography - Digital Camera Aquarium logo design
Photography - White Isometric Digicam  logo design
Photography - Letter A Photo Studio logo design
Photography - Gray Arrow Lens  logo design
Photography - Camera Puzzle  logo design
Photography - Black Submarine Camera logo design
Photography - Flying Modern Drone  logo design
Photography - Camera Lens Branches logo design
Photography - Flower Camera Lens logo design
Photography - Monster Eye Camera logo design

Frequently asked questions

How do I find the right photography logo?

As a photographer, you have a keen eye for detail and pleasing aesthetics, and you want your logo to represent the same. The logo you choose will become synonymous with your business. BrandCrowd will help you create the logo you've dreamed of being your business's calling card with a collection displaying thousands of customizable sample logos for your photography business. What to do when incorporating an icon into your logo is adding something that involves your trade like a camera or lens, and type of subjects you shoot. However, camera logos tend to have a generic look, but it's still the classic choice for a photographer. Your work should remain front and center when creating your logo, so go minimal with the color palette, layout, and font. Research the look of other photography logos to get ideas and ensure originality.

Can I use my photography for printing?

Yes. BrandCrowd includes a Vector file containing your logo design, suitable for print layouts, logos graphics, and illustrations. A Vector file is generated by mathematical equations that allow your logo to be rescaled larger or smaller without losing quality or causing distortion. From business cards to gigantic banners, your photography logo will look flawless across your print marketing materials. This file type can remain editable when reopened at its source to change any attributes of your company logo - with a BrandCrowd Premium Account you can edit you logo as many times as you like.

What icons would work for my photography logo?

An icon should be recognizable, memorable, and visibly clear when produced in small sizes. Classic example of icons used in photography logos include camera, lenses, film and an apeture. When using an icon in conjunction with text, make sure that the two are neatly separated and keep your font simple. Icon type logos are increasingly used for branding purposes in marketing and advertising and have a gainful impact on consumers because they're easily recognizable and eye-catching. If you're still unclear on what icons to use, research your competitors and the leaders in your field to see how they used icons to enhance their logo. BrandCrowd gives you a massive selection of ideas for photography logos to hit your target audience.

What colors should I use in my photography logo?

Colors combined with fonts and wording is widely known to influence brand recognition like the calming blue of Facebook logos, the bright red of YouTube logos, or the infamous golden arches of McDonald's logos. Understanding the significance of color psychology is a simple and effective marketing tool to attract more eyes to your content. Advertising pros have found the most tried-and-true colors for brand logos that work are yellow, gold, black, grey, silver, red, and blue in ascending order. If you take a look at the market leaders, they take the minimalist approach to logo design, only using 2-3 colors at most. When choosing your photography logo design, remember colors have connotations meaning we might associate yellow with optimism or orange with energy.

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