For an independent photographer and designer, a professionally designed brand identity and marketing materials is pretty much a...Read More
Many professional logos are developed through the combination and manipulation of letterforms — called a lettermark. These...Read More
Your portfolio should be a well considered strategic positioning of your work. As Larry Volk (my co-author) puts it, “Creating...Read More
This undergrad portfolio book from designer, Andrea Meli from San Gwann, Malta has it all! It’s a showcase for Andrea’s strong...Read More
Recording memories, something every professional and amateur photographer knows something about. This beautifully designed and...Read More
Your logo design is a graphic representation or symbol of your professional self. It should be used consistently across your...Read More
Well done, cohesive marketing campaign for photographer Mike Tittel.
Amanda Friend of Wonderful Machine says,
“A few months...Read More
Authentic, Memorable, Sustainable. These are some of the important traits of a brand identity. It’s about a logo of course, ...Read More
This is the perfect business card for travel and lifestyle photographer, Matt Dutile. Great concept and fun execution!
Photographer Jennifer Whitney‘s brand is eye-catching, distinct and memorable. A simplified shape, joined letterforms and of...Read More
First, target your audience. Second, give them something with your brand on it that they will like and want to use. Third, go a...Read More
Daniel Blackman, a freelance designer from the UK, recently emailed me to share his latest promotion. It’s a wonderfully fun...Read More
Luke Copping’s new portfolio is definitely a looker! It’s so well designed and crafted thanks to Luke’s collaboration with designer, Nubby Twiglet.
This is a smart idea for a great looking portfolio book. Sean Stone (of Wonderful Machine) explains his process and idea.
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Feature: Reena Newmans’ Portfolio
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