Very responsive and professional. Incorporating feedback into design was seamless.
Great to work with. Takes suggestions well, and makes improvements over your ideas too.
I loved how creative the idea was...really outside the box. And it aligned with my last book which I appreciated.
How adam xw started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Adam Chapin Photography
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am wedding photographer who captures the personalities as well as the dramatics of the moment through an artful, quiet, darkly romantic, yet often an intentionally unpolished approach. I also produce personal work which borders on dark and thought provoking. My work is not light or airy. I am a firm believer in the printed work, art that will outlast it owners but also stand the test of time when it comes to style. My ideal client is between 27-40, is educated, well travelled and has an interest in art, design and history. They are likely lawyers, doctors or occasionally artists themselves.
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
As my work has begun to change recently, edging towards darker and darker tones and focusing on more of a fine art aesthetic, my website is not the best place to find examples. Rather I would ask that you view my Instagram page (https://instagram.com/craftedfocusphoto/) as well as a brand page I have made in Pinterest (https://www.pinterest.com/craftedfocus/brand/). I want a logo with staying power, that is bold and not kitschy. I love classic early century type from text books and certain signage. I am not opposed to color, though I do think simple black lettering will be the right direction. I do not want any images such as film rolls, cameras, lenses etc...this is all dated. I do not want whispy or overly fancy type. I would, however, like to have some sort of a brand identifier image with my logo, preferably with my lettering (e.g. ACP) though I haven't thought much about what I would want that to be, but it must have the same aesthetic as the type of my logo, so it could be encircled or in a square, I haven't thought much about this so I am open to suggestions. At the end of the day I want my brand/logo to be recognizable, memorable, classically sophisticated and representative of me and my work. I have attached an image of some text I found that I really like as well, though I am not beholden to it. What I require is a CMYK file for print, web file (jpeg, psd layered file, png file), as well as master illustrator or photoshop file and font files. Thank you so much to those who will help me out as I embark on this new venture in my work, this logo will be the start of something great!