Last updated on September 4th, 2017
The client Zebulon K Loren wished to get a professional logo for his photography studio and envisaged a nice logotype that could represent the business amongst his customers. He wanted a logo with a traditional touch to convey the message of reliability, trust and faith as well as high-end quality of the pictures. His search for the logo finally ended up here at Designhill, when he launched a photography logo design contest. Instantly, the client met with success when his contest received a huge response from professional logo designers. He got 53 logo design concepts. To choose one of them was never an easy task, but the client finally selected the winning design that comprised of the perfect colors, shape, fonts and other elements for the business. Skilled designer, Erin was awarded a cash prize of $259 for the winning design.
The winning photography logo design is an impressive piece of work. The logo is in the shape of a traditional camera. The choice of such a camera, which looks old fashioned at the first glance, was deliberate by the designer. The traditional camera was incorporated for the logo to give the message of trust and faith in the client’s business. Since we all associate such attributes to the traditions, the camera seems to be the perfect choice for this photography themed logo.
Let’s see the winning photography logo design that the client found most useful to represent their photography business.
Apart from the traditional camera, another element that enhances the intended traditional look of this unique logo is its subtle color scheme. By keeping the logo in plain black and white, the element of tradition has been strengthened further. The logo also has some classic patterns of artistic curvy lines in the middle of the camera, which gives adds an extra ounce of elegance to its appeal. At the bottom of the logo, the designer has created space nicely for the studio name – Zebulon Photography.
The client Zebulon received 53 design entries from around 20 talented designers. Almost all participating designers came out with new concepts and many of them were interesting and attractive. Such vast access to different concepts of the logo made the contest interesting and exciting for the client. Later, Zebulon selected some of the best designs offered by few of the designers whose concept he liked the most. Ultimately, he handpicked the winning design for his studio.
During the contest period, Zebulon actively interacted with the designers, provided regular feedbacks and attentively attended to designers’ queries in a timely fashion. He even offered suggestions, guidance and his opinion to the logo designers.
At Designhill, we strongly believe that our clients deserve nothing but the very best and all our registered designers put their best foot forward each time to providing them with just that. This interesting contest helped Zebulon to maximize the options and minimize the budget to get the logo that he always wanted in a very short time.