New Business Cards

It has almost been a year since I started my photography business. I've definitely grown and changed a lot since then. Last summer I was obsessed with finding high school seniors to take their senior portraits. I thought seniors were so fun and I felt really at ease taking their photos and suggesting poses for them. I still love them! I probably always will. But this year I am trying to broaden my horizons and focus on weddings and engagements, too. While I love the fun and youthfulness of senior portraits, there's something extremely special about pictures where a couple is interacting. There's unforced emotion between them that I love capturing. To reflect my evolving business, I decided I needed to replace my original business cards. Here is what they used to look like:

2013-08-13_0001They seemed bold and electric to me. I thought they would appeal to seniors. And for some reason, people are really impressed by black business cards!

2013-08-13_0002The new business cards are mostly white to reflect my changing brand, but! I think the fact that I can put a PHOTO on the back of them is what makes them so amazing.

2013-08-13_0003 2013-08-13_0004These cards are so thick and sturdy you can't bend them! They have a ribbon of turquoise that goes all around the edges. It really adds to them. You can just FEEL that they're high quality and unique.

And a traveling portfolio? It was like they designed these business cards for photographers. I love pulling out a handful of cards and asking people to take their favorite. It's actually really informative for me to find out which photos people gravitate to.

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You can order these "luxe" business cards at Moo.com. I think they're well worth the extra money. Since I've started passing them out, I always get a comment on how nice the cards are. The multiple photo option doesn't even cost extra, and what an amazing way to share your work instantly.