44 photography logos worth framing

Photograohy logo design
As a photographer, you understand what makes a good image. it’s not just about using the correct exposure settings, it’s about capturing a tone and telling a story. The same rules apply to the logo for your photography business: it should help customers understand your brand. There are tons of photographers out there—how will you set yourself apart?
 
We’ve rounded up 44 amazing photography logo ideas to inspire you.
Photograohy logo design

Picture perfect camera logos

Your camera is probably the most important thing in your life after your family (and even then it’s a toss-up). Perfect subject matter for your logo, right? Yes, but remember every photographer uses a camera and that could make your logo look generic.
 
To ensure that your camera logo stands out, give it some personality. Consider combining it with another object or image to show what kind of photography you specialize in. Or have it designed in your photography style (e.g. make it cutesy if you photograph kids).
Yellow Jar photography logo
by brana
Camera Axe photography logo
Little Fish photography logo
David Perlman photography logo
   
Camera Axe photography logo
   
   
Little Fish photography logo
   
   
David Perlman photography logo
   
Pacecase photography logo design
Love Light photography logo
Front Door photography logo
   
Pacecase photography logo design
   
   
Love Light photography logo
   
   
Front Door photography logo
   
Asuntoesille real estate photography logo
Foto Mojo photography logo
Pixel Pyramid photography logo
   
Asuntoesille real estate photography logo
   
   
Foto Mojo photography logo
   
   
Pixel Pyramid photography logo
   

A focus on lens logos

Any good photographer knows that your lens matters way more than the camera body. You can apply the same principal to your logo design. Whether you choose to focus on the aperture ring or focal distance markings, picking a distinct photography detail can make it clear what you do while giving your room to be creative.
Cloudbreak photography logo
by bo_rad
Viewfinder photography logo
Arthaus photography logo
Flying Cameras photography logo design
   
Viewfinder photography logo
   
   
Arthaus photography logo
   
   
Flying Cameras photography logo design
   
Metalens photography logo
Vewfinder photography logo
Sweet Glimmer photography logo
   
Metalens photography logo
   
   
Vewfinder photography logo
   
   
Sweet Glimmer photography logo
   

A logo to make them remember your name

Photographers, you’re both an artist and a business. You rely on your name to build your brand. If you’re building your business around your personal name, or if brand-name recognition is important to you, consider a signature (literal or figurative) wordmark or lettermark logo.
Ben Lim Studio photography logo
by itzzzo
Alyssa Kristine photography logo
William Jefferson photography logo
Hudson River photography logo
   
Alyssa Kristine photography logo
   
   
William Jefferson photography logo
   
   
Hudson River photography logo
   
Sylwia Szuder photography logo
Mou Studio photography logo
Erin Wild photography logo
   
Sylwia Szuder photography logo
   
   
Mou Studio photography logo
   
   
Erin Wild photography logo
   
Benjamin Chen photography logo
Lightyear Studio photography logo
Etienne photography logo
   
Benjamin Chen photography logo
   
   
Lightyear Studio photography logo
   
   
Etienne photography logo
   
Johanna Hanning photography logo
Harnav photography logo
Febian Shah photography logo design
   
Johanna Hanning photography logo
   
   
Harnav photography logo
   
   
Febian Shah photography logo design
   
Jessica Marie photography logo
Jamie Groom photography logo
Nicole Bird photography logo
   
Jessica Marie photography logo
   
   
Jamie Groom photography logo
   
   
Nicole Bird photography logo
   

Show the world through owl eyes

A photographer’s job is to see things that others don’t and to show us the beauty, pain and wonder that they witness. When we look wedding photographs, or family portraits or exotic landscapes, we’re experiencing the world through the photographer’s eye. It makes perfect sense that we see a lot of eye imagery in photography logos.
 
And what has big eyes? Well, an owl!
Invision Studio photography logo
by goopanic
Mina Milanovic photography logo
Ricky Patel photography logo design
Invision Studio owl photo logo
   
Mina Milanovic photography logo
   
   
Ricky Patel photography logo design
   
   
Invision Studio owl photo logo
   

Unique logos for one-of-a-kind photographers

Your photos are your unique take on the world. Your logo should be, too! Don’t box yourself in when it comes to creating a logo for your photo business. You can and should express your creativity. Your logo can represent your chosen subject matter or your business values. But you’re a photographer, we don’t have to tell you there’s often times more to an image than meets the eye!
Lone Oak Studios photography logo
by Mad pepper
Take Me Three photography logo
Bartlett Pair photography logo design
Run Wild photography logo
   
Take Me Three photography logo
   
   
Bartlett Pair photography logo design
   
   
Run Wild photography logo
   
Daisy Seilern photography logo
Feder Wolke photography logo design
Uneak Studios photography logo
   
Daisy Seilern photography logo
   
   
Feder Wolke photography logo design
   
   
Uneak Studios photography logo
   

Get ready for your closeup

A great photography logo offers customers a snapshot of who you are and what your business stands for. Whether you specialize in weddings and exude vintage elegance, or shoot rock and roll and ooze cool, you should get something uniquely you.
 
 
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