An artist friend who helped me evaluate all the submissions put it best: "HOLY SHIT FANTASTIC!! This is the whole enchilada of what logos strive to be: simple, clean, subtle, stylish, smooth, polished, balanced, and unique. Professional grade work. So classy. I adore the way the As are altered." I completely agree. aNTree was extremely quick to to respond to questions and ideas. Absolutely great to work with!
Great work as always! Will buy again.
ccboy is FANTASTIC! a very talented designer, and additionally ccboy is quick with responses, listens well to feedback. I could not be happier. The price is a bargain. I always get HIGH quality for reasonable prices at 99Designs.
How daveRo started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Dave Shepard Photography
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am a photographer specializing in professional headshots and action/adventure portraiture. My target is the professional needing a high quality photograph to project their image to current and potential customers. In addition we provide location portrait photography for adventurous people (kayaking, climbing, mountain biking, equestrian events etc).
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Powerful and eye catching, maybe a bit busy.
I like the simplicity and the text. Dislike the highlights as I see them as distracting
I like the creativity, really stands out. A little too feminine for what I'm seeking.
Love the overall look. Conveys power and the business. Very clean.
Like the interest created by breaking up the raven. I might have tried to give that pattern a little more film like look.
Like how the pattern is carried thru the text
Unique and creative use of paint drop and name.
I am looking for simple and clean design. I would be open to the use of a stylized German Shepherd as part of the logo; however this is not required. I am based in the state of Montana; if you are considering a design with aperture blades, incorporating the state outline within the blades might be an interesting option.