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Dec 06, 2005 17:39 |  #1

I'm curious as to what everyone's business cards look like. I'm about to design my own and am a little stuck for ideas. Mostly just deciding what images to use, as it will interpret what type of photographer I am. Thanks :)


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Dec 06, 2005 17:58 |  #2

current card:

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card about to be printed:

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Dec 06, 2005 18:52 as a reply to  @ Mike Panic's post |  #3

Double sided card, UV coated :D


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Dec 06, 2005 19:43 |  #4

Here's the first one I designed. On the one I actually had printed, I changed the font size a bit and it has a phone number on it. Compression hurt this a bit, but you get the idea:

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Dec 06, 2005 21:11 |  #5

Mike I really like your first one.


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Dec 06, 2005 21:23 as a reply to  @ SmilesforLife's post |  #6

It's not much, but it's mine and I'm sticking with it. :D

I've got another design I hand out to prospective portrait clients. I'll have to find the master around somewhere.


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Dec 06, 2005 21:34 |  #7

Mine looks something like this. Since then a few details have changed, the image was cut out more nicely, and it's been refined a little, but this is basically it. It was designed by Petra, who did a fantastic job :)

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Dec 06, 2005 22:10 |  #8

Let's see your business card!
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Dec 06, 2005 23:58 |  #9

SHANGHAi wrote:
I'm curious as to what everyone's business cards look like. I'm about to design my own and am a little stuck for ideas. Mostly just deciding what images to use, as it will interpret what type of photographer I am. Thanks :)

If your avitar is a picture of you, I say put a picture of that on there. It's as good as a model.  :p Would that make you like a realtor?


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Dec 07, 2005 00:57 as a reply to  @ EOSX's post |  #10

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Dec 07, 2005 01:48 |  #11

Here is mine...


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Dec 10, 2005 03:04 |  #12

Interesting thread, some cool cards and good ideas.

And thanks for the links Frank.

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Dec 14, 2005 22:12 |  #13

Here's mine:

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Dec 18, 2005 13:41 |  #14

Still under construction, but my Logo will in the end look something like this:


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Dec 18, 2005 14:06 as a reply to  @ DayHawk's post |  #15

This is mine. It's an old one: it need to be updated. One day I'll do it!

Update: I realize only now that this is the section "Cornering the Pros". As I am not a pro, my business card is of no use here. I'm sorry.


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