Design a Photography Logo in a Flash.

Your focus can remain on the camera when you use Tailor Brands to create a logo for your photography business. Photographers around the world have found their perfect representation using our service, bringing in more clients and establishing their social media and websites in the process. When we have the logo design, you only have to worry about making your shots picture perfect. Get started for free today!

Examples of Photography Logos From Tailor Brands

Since we’ve started making logos for small businesses, Tailor Brands has catered to photography logos. Our wide range of icons and fonts ensure that anyone can find what they’re looking for! We’re free to try out and customize, so you know you’re purchasing the perfect design to represent you and your business. Check out some examples below!

Why You Need a Photography Logo

You take great photos, and that is a wonderful marketing tool on its own. But how will your photography business represent itself when your photos aren’t there? Watermarks, business cards, marketing materials and other branding tools will necessitate a photography logo to stand for your small business. Your logo and your photography, when tied together, creates a professional and immediate identification of your business while standing out from the rest. Ready to take your photography business to the next level? Try out a logo design from Tailor Brands!

About Photography Logo Design

There are a few logo design essentials that should be present in any logo, including photography logos! Your logo should convey your business and brand, stand out from the rest to be memorable, and be very professional. Many photography logos incorporate two main elements: a camera or related icon and either a clean serif font or brush font. These work in tandem to let the viewer immediately know that your business is a photography business without confusion.

Many photographers use their logo as a watermark on their images to prevent theft and to increase exposure when photos are shared online. Since this will likely be all over the place, the quick association that the brain makes between an image and meaning will help your brand. This consistent exposure puts you everywhere your clients are!

Since photography is inherently so visual, a logo can be a little tricky! There is a huge difference between an amazing photograph and an amazing logo, however. Unlike a logo, a photograph can’t represent you online and offline like a logo can. For your business, a tasteful representation of your business in the form of a logo is the first place to start.