Business Cards for Photographers

Camera Business Card

A few years ago when I was trying to establish myself as a photographer I was looking for good business cards. There were some “free” options. I put free in quotes because, if I recall correctly, the company’s logo would be on the card somewhere. Then I discovered MOO cards. Funny name. Great cards.

What I loved about MOO is that you can choose their pre-designed cards or upload your own images to get customized cards. So theoretically, in a pack of 50 cards, you can have 50 different images. Well, I wanted to keep it a secret because I didn’t want other photographers to have the cool cards I had! Of course, that’s ridiculous and the cat is apparently out of the bag. ¬†Readers of named MOO the Most Popular Business Card Printing Site.

I just ran across some of their pre-designed cards for photographers and thought they were pretty cool. The design at the top of this post features four vintage cameras fused into one image. Of course the designs are customizable so you can substitute your own images into the grid.

This next one features seven vintage cameras including an old Brownie.

Vintage Camera Business Card

Finally a quirky twist on the vintage camera design with these illustrated versions of 10 cameras including a Polaroid, Holga, Hasselblad and Rolleiflex.

Illustrated Vintage Cameras

If you like these cards or want your own custom cards, give MOO a try. I’m not getting anything from the company to write this post, but I can get a credit and you can get a 10% discount if you order through this link.


One thought on “Business Cards for Photographers

  1. Thanks for the tip, Harry.

    As an amateur who’s looking to turn a hobby into a side income, this is the right post at the right time.

    I was at the Beaux Arts Festival on the campus of the University of Miami a few weeks ago talking with a gentleman who’s work I was admiring. Picking his brain, to be exact. I told him that I had a series that I was planning on entering into the local arts shows and, to my surprise, he asked for my card! I felt like such a newbie when I told him that I didn’t have one. I’ve been looking for an inexpensive printing company since.

    Thanks for the lead!

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