Did a great job, had a good grasp of what we wanted to achieve and put together a fab design.
How Anne McCarthy started their logo design journey
One Fine Day Photography
I have been a photographer for 20 years, shooting weddings for 16. In an industry that is now very crowded. As such, with 20 times the number of wedding photographers in my industry, I need to stand out. The name One Fine Day Photography is very well known in my market - Phoenix, Arizona. But in all the years our company has been around, I still have never had a logo. My website, as you will see is under re-design and has a nice font used for the name of the company, but we would like to incorporate a logo without taking away from the new font we've started to use (Zapfino): http://www.onefinedayphotography.com http://www.onefinedayphotographyblog.com
Our style is documentary, fine art photojournalism.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our target audience is a bride (or the bride's mother). The bride is usually between the ages of 21 and 40. The imagery that my company has created for the brides over the years has had to change with the times. Years ago brides wanted very traditional wedding photography. Now they want photos that look like they came out of high-fashion magazines. And we deliver exactly that.
I would like something that appeals to a female rather than a male. Weddings are very romantic, elegant and beautiful. I would like the logo to reflect that. Nothing cartoonish or corporate looking. And possibly something that could sit next to, or be incorporate with my existing company name (attached)