Probably a logo that can be black/dark gray --AND-- white/light gray is best. That way, I can use it as a watermark on images with both a light and a dark background.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the simplicity of this one. The squiggle grabs interest and it would be a simple logo to use in a variety of places--including a watermark on photos.
The font choice is a little tough to read and I might like something a little more modern...but this has a nice feel.
I like the simplicity of this.
I created this with my (very limited) InDesign skills. I generally like it, but am curious about how it could be improved.
I'd love to receive a logo that could work for things like my website (TBD), Facebook page, watermark, etc. So, a transparent background would be important for these things. Something that could work in both black and white, for example --- for the watermark on images. Thank you!
I'd LOVE a simple, MODERN logo design. Whether or not there is a graphic element doesn't matter to me. If there *is* a graphic element, I envision an outline of a dog or a dog/cat combo. But again, illustration isn't necessary.
If the words "River Rose Pet Photography" need to be split to two lines (which is okay) --- "River Rose" should stay together and "Pet Photography" should stay together.
I'm really not interested in incorporating an image of a rose.