Photography business cards are a link between you and your work. No matter what kind of photography you are in, you need them.
There are many ways you can pass on your details. They range from very simple and elegant business cards to very expressive concept pieces.
Here are 20 photography business card ideas you can use as inspiration.
20. João Serpa
One of my favorite photography business card ideas is the film negative. It works well, casting a pretty cool shadow.
It lets others know your work too, as it is very specific.
19. Adéla Márová
You can’t get more photographic than replicating a roll of negatives. This photography business card is specific to your work, ensuring people know your job immediately.
The plus side is printing on transparencies isn’t too expensive.
18. Marta Plch
17. Alisa Leonard
Photography business cards should be simple yet show off your skills. Here, the set shows four different photographs.
When you offer a client a card, let them pick their favourite design.
16. Vipin Atal
This card is completely transparent. The funky little design is fun and light, making this a photography business card that people will remember.
15. John Smith
This card uses the viewfinder frame and crosshair as an overlay to your image.
Together, they show you are a serious photographer.
14. Melissa Copeland
This photography business card is both fun and well designed.
It gives the client all the information they need, which is the point, no?
13. Sparkle Photography
This photography business card is bright, shiny and new. It has a gloss to it that the other cards just don’t have.
The colours pop on this card that loosely resembles an iPhone.
12. Arbor Weddings
What makes this photography business card special is its shape.
A square business card stands out above all rectangle shapes, ensuring people remember your name.
11. Rebecca Willsone
This photography business card is a copy of a Canon point and shoot. Kitsch and useful.
10. Landscape Shots
9. Jessica Castro
This photography business card is a perfect mix of photography and graphic design.
The text reveals the image below, ensuring the holder of the card has their interest peaked.
8. Amy Price
This feminine photography business card has both colour and black and white in harmony.
The pink border offsets the seriousness of the image, where the flip side has a reverse colour concept.
Simple, yet effective.
7. Madi Marie
This simple yet cool design will have clients talking amongst themselves about you and your work. That’s the dream, right?
This photography business card has all the information and a viewfinder to boot.
6. Brunella Iorio
No doubt you have seen the old school Polaroid films. This photography business card is the border for those iconic instant images.
Here, the client can hold up the border like a viewfinder to the world.
5. Cora Hillebrand
Photography business cards shouldn’t look cheap. This means that whatever you plan is probably going to cost a lot of money.
The plus side is that your clients will be very impressed.
This pocket holds Instax Fujifilm images that you can pass on. Then you reload the pocket with more images. It looks great an offers an interesting experience.
4. John Doe
You are a photographer and you need a business card that says that in less than a second.
This photography business card screams what you are before the holder has a chance to listen.
the best part about this design is it is foldable, making it small enough for a wallet.
3. El Fotógrafo de Wedland
For a step out of the photography world and into the graphic design, this is one of my favourite photography business cards.
It boasts two colours on the white, textured card. The design is a little flamboyant yet beautiful.
It goes to show that you don’t have to go overboard on the cliche photography ideas.
2. Tyrone Menezes
This photography business card for photographer Tyrone Menezes is a really simple black and white design.
The whole card looks like a camera when viewed straight on.
You’ll soon realize it features the front of a lens on one side and a hole that doubles as a viewfinder.
1. Alexandre Thomas
This business card is mostly transparent, with all the information at the bottom.
It is a nod to the usual viewfinder scene when you look through your camera.
It is smart and creative and will ensure your name sticks in your client’s mind.
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