We would like a new logo designing that fits around a new image that we are trying to create. We are trying to create a new brand with a more up market feel for Portrait and Wedding Photography. A boutique springs to mind.
Saul Isaac Photography
Our studio has recently been designed with nice ornate floral patterns lots of browns and warm colours. We are trying to create a more natural homely feel to the studio. We would like a new logo creating that is more in keeping with this style. Hence the name change and logo change from a previous design that I had done on here. We are now no longer Exigent Photography as this was felt to be too corporate.
Please keep in mind the colours used in the logo would need to flow into the colour scheme used to decorate the studio. This means that most frames at the moment tend to be brown, bronzes, gun metal - perhaps quite traditional colours. Although we will be creating an area of the studio that is full of vibrant colours, but will not be the dominant theme.
Jo Malone is a brand that we quite like.
We have selected 2 colours that we like a bronze brown 5E463A as the main logo colour and a cream F5F2BC. We will also be happy with any colours that compliment these. Although we are open to suggestions it's just that the main colour matches a metallic paint by ardenbrite called old penney bronze that we are going to use in the studio.
A signature like logo springs to mind with a graphic element that can be used on it's own - I would also like the logo to look good reversed i.e. if the main logo is the bronze colour and the background cream then I would like to see this reversed. This isn't vital if the logo can be made to work well in printed material that has a black or white background.
This may seem like a complete turnaround since the last logo design but I have since been told that I made it too corporate and masculin. So I have taken this onboard.
Current Website Address is http://www.exigentphotography.co.uk
- To appeal to the feminine market
- Warm and inviting
- Perhaps a little colour element
- Chocolate box type feel
- Use Creams and Browns
- overly vibrant colours
- cheap looking
- anything like the last logo