Design a brochure for my photography business.
PROCESS (Programs, Tools, Skills, FOCUS principles)
I have seen many types of brochures when it comes to a photography business. They are simple and clean and show a small amount of photos to give the viewer an understanding of their style. I like the simplicity of a gate fold brochure and folded a piece of paper and marked down the measurements before I designed it in InDesign. I decided to use my style guide I created for my brand in my COMM 315 class. So I stuck with the soft color scheme and turned all the photos B&W so they would compliment each other. I had a small display of different pricing for photo shoots on the right and left, as well as a small description of myself on the bottom.
We met in a small group in class and I showed them my brochure. They feed back was mostly positive they mainly just pointed out some of the requirements of the assignment that I had forgot, like it needed to have at least 250 words and a text wrap.
Going back to my design I added more description about me to hit the word count & added a text wrap around a photo I cut out. I don’t really like the text wrap for this style of brochure, so if I ever do use this for my business I would change that back.
TITLE FONT NAME & CATEGORY
Angelic Pro // Serif
Droid // San Serif
COPY FONT NAME & CATEGORY
Times New Roman // Serif
Images used were taken by myself.