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Feb 20, 2008 21:15 |  #1

I am interested in what you think. I know the font for the "TPD photo" is large and brash but I am a Tulsa Police Officer and it is similar to what the department uses. I am proud to be a police officer and I like being associated with the department. That's why my website lacks originality TPD (Tulsa Photographic Design) could easily be TPD (Tulsa Police Department), lol :D

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Feb 20, 2008 21:47 |  #2

I honestly think it is really busy, and at business card size, you will not be able to see any detail at all in those photos. I understand the urge to have your photos on the card, but if you ARE going to do that, stick with a couple of them. It's best to keep it simple.


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Feb 20, 2008 22:37 as a reply to  @ auroraskye's post |  #3

I'd say move your name and Tulsa Photographic Design down a little, one row of 4 or 5 photos (larger) and the "TPD Photo" above the photos 'shorter and fatter', that font will look good with that method.

My cards are full color front, grayscale back. I have a few photos and the business name on the front and all the information on the back. Keeps it uncluttered. www.printfirm.com (external link) is where I usually order.

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Feb 21, 2008 14:48 |  #4

TroyRaymond wrote in post #4961525 (external link)
I'd say move your name and Tulsa Photographic Design down a little, one row of 4 or 5 photos (larger) and the "TPD Photo" above the photos 'shorter and fatter', that font will look good with that method.

My cards are full color front, grayscale back. I have a few photos and the business name on the front and all the information on the back. Keeps it uncluttered. www.printfirm.com (external link) is where I usually order.

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I was going to say pretty much exactly the same. Move that stuff down a bit (the text), its spaced out quite a lot whereas the top is cluttered. I would go with 3 images, and use your little border thingies, I like em. Put em alternating diagonally, kinda stacked on top of each other, and I think you got a winner.


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