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Re: Wedding Photographer: a rebranding.
« Reply #20 on: Jan 10, 14, 09:08 »
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Re: Wedding Photographer: a rebranding.
« Reply #21 on: Jan 10, 14, 12:38 »
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Re: Wedding Photographer: a rebranding.
« Reply #22 on: Jan 10, 14, 13:07 »
Much better! Thanks for being receptive to feedback. But let's be honest, no one is going to take you seriously without Comic Sans...

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« Reply #23 on: Jan 10, 14, 15:54 »
I really love your work.  The advent of things like facebook and other social networking sites really allows someone to easily research their wedding photographer so easily, so I think you've made a fantastic decision.

As the years go by and I see more and more fantastic wedding photography on social media, it makes me dislike my own wedding photos more and more all the time.  Got married in 2002... things were a lot different back then, which feels very weird to say. 
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« Reply #24 on: Jan 11, 14, 17:53 »
Much better! Thanks for being receptive to feedback. But let's be honest, no one is going to take you seriously without Comic Sans...

raised lettering and a watermark should do the trick American Psycho -Business Card Scene

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Re: Wedding Photographer: a rebranding.
« Reply #25 on: Jan 11, 14, 19:06 »
Much better! Thanks for being receptive to feedback. But let's be honest, no one is going to take you seriously without Comic Sans...

Definitely.  Like I said, it was something I was considering already so to hear a couple other people point it out just confirmed it needed to be done. 

lol..comic sans..

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I really love your work.  The advent of things like facebook and other social networking sites really allows someone to easily research their wedding photographer so easily, so I think you've made a fantastic decision.

As the years go by and I see more and more fantastic wedding photography on social media, it makes me dislike my own wedding photos more and more all the time.  Got married in 2002... things were a lot different back then, which feels very weird to say. 

Thanks man, appreciate the compliments.  And the wedding photo industry definitely has become a lot more creative in the last 10 years!  There are so many great photographers out there these days.  As someone pursuing the industry it's both invigorating and intimidating.  But just gotta keep at it!  I'm not as busy as I'd like to be yet, but I think this rebranding is a step in the right direction.

raised lettering and a watermark should do the trick American Psycho -Business Card Scene

I love that scene.  And even more than that, I love this fucking guy:

Your business card is CRAP!

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Re: Wedding Photographer: a rebranding.
« Reply #26 on: Jan 11, 14, 20:24 »
i'm hoping for another installment of oregon-cali road trip pics.....

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Re: Wedding Photographer: a rebranding.
« Reply #27 on: Jan 11, 14, 20:49 »
that business card is ridiculous hahaha. on a side note my girlfriend peeked at the screen and said "oooooohhh that's cute!", so needless to say the brand is a definite hit with women.

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Re: Wedding Photographer: a rebranding.
« Reply #28 on: Jan 11, 14, 21:20 »
i'm hoping for another installment of oregon-cali road trip pics.....

hah!  stay tuned on bcsb, we're probably planning another late march trip for this year. 

that business card is ridiculous hahaha. on a side note my girlfriend peeked at the screen and said "oooooohhh that's cute!", so needless to say the brand is a definite hit with women.

good to hear! 

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Re: Wedding Photographer: a rebranding.
« Reply #29 on: Feb 08, 14, 12:58 »
Finally got around to printing the new business cards. They got a last minute colour feature along the left side added. The back side is just the logo, as pictured in the proof image on page one of this thread. Pretty happy with how they turned out!




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Re: Wedding Photographer: a rebranding.
« Reply #30 on: Feb 09, 14, 22:25 »
Looks awesome Matt!

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Re: Wedding Photographer: a rebranding.
« Reply #31 on: Feb 10, 14, 01:03 »
thanks bud. 

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Re: Wedding Photographer: a rebranding.
« Reply #32 on: Sep 18, 14, 03:30 »
Not so much a "rebranding" anymore at this point, but figured I'd post up the latest addition to the new brand.  Custom Stamp. 


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Re: Wedding Photographer: a rebranding.
« Reply #33 on: Sep 18, 14, 08:27 »
Daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamn

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Re: Wedding Photographer: a rebranding.
« Reply #34 on: Sep 18, 14, 08:40 »
Who did the stamp for you???

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« Reply #35 on: Sep 18, 14, 12:14 »
Matt!  Well done!  I think the site and rebranding look great.

The one suggestion I may have is to limit the number of photos shown at one time on the landing page.
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Re: Wedding Photographer: a rebranding.
« Reply #36 on: Sep 18, 14, 21:07 »
I'm interested in who you sourced the stamp from also, looks great!
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Re: Wedding Photographer: a rebranding.
« Reply #37 on: Sep 24, 14, 12:15 »
Daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamn

Hah, thanks

Who did the stamp for you???

I'm interested in who you sourced the stamp from also, looks great!

Stamp is made locally by jukeboxprint.com.  Was about $100 all-in. 

Matt!  Well done!  I think the site and rebranding look great.

The one suggestion I may have is to limit the number of photos shown at one time on the landing page.

Thanks.  I've actually been given that feedback by a few people and plan to cull it down to about 1/2 of what's on there once I'm past the rush of wedding season.  Just don't have the time to deal with it right now! 

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Re: Wedding Photographer: a rebranding.
« Reply #38 on: Dec 11, 14, 15:34 »
Since this seems to be my defacto location for writing about the continued ways I'm displaying my brand, might as well post up this!   We are doing our first bridal fair ever in January so I've been busy getting prepped for it.  Decided to make a rustic hand-made logo sign rather than getting one printed.  It's all about sticking with the brand/style, right? 

Step 1:  Make thinger out of stained pallet boards:


Step 2: print giant logo for making template out of


Step 3: Cut it all out, pin it down with thumb tacks


Step 4: Trace around everything.  The "photography" in small text was a real bitch.


Step 5: Hand paint that shizz, carefully.


Step 6:  ????!?


Step 7: Profit.


The end. 

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Re: Wedding Photographer: a rebranding.
« Reply #39 on: Dec 11, 14, 15:46 »
That turned out beautiful! I like it a lot