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Old Feb 26, 2010, 2:39 PM   #21
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thanks for all the comments !
finally decided to go with something simple and clean:

*all the important details will be in the back.
Heh, he he he...

In my opinion your designs have gone from good, to mediocre to downright bad...

I really liked your first design; the only question raised, was whether you should keep the Canon logo...

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Old Feb 26, 2010, 2:52 PM   #22
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+1 Chato. The first one was the best. Go black! Box that typography!
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another version :

I like that one the best, only I'd black out the white text on the lens so that no brand is showing, leaving it up to their imagination as to how large (or small) it really is, and what camera (or cameras) it's being used with (or if a variety of cameras and lenses are being used, versus showing a specific brand/model).

I might also consider contact and/or web site info in the upper left corner of the front in smaller print. or perhaps better, on the bottom of the card.
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Old Feb 26, 2010, 3:23 PM   #24
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lol !
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Old Mar 15, 2010, 6:11 AM   #25
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Boily,

Personally, I find your card to be quite striking. The simplicity of its face is pleasing to me, as I have seen too many crowded cards.

I have no issue about the angle of the camera, but do agree that the manufacturer's name should be cloned off of the pictured body. That's one thing that I hadn't done with mine, but will now - seeing as how I have depleted those cards, and need a new batch.

But your design elements and (again) simplicity are 'spot on', IMO.
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I had the exact same decision to make as to whether to keep the logo. I was advised by two photographers to remove it as you never know what mindless prejudice someone might have over one brand or another. I like the camera over the lens.
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