I'm not trying at this point to specialize in any particular aspect of photography so I don't want to include sample shots. I'd love to hear what you all think...
I've actually accounted for that by keeping the back of the card a blank white. That's also why the QR code is on the front as well.One practical comment. There is no space to write on a business card with a black background. I am not certain if this matters to you, but people often like to write a note or two on business cards.
Agreed. Business cards should now be seen as a marketing tool to drive you to your website where a person can then drill down and get a comprehensive view of your portfolio of work or a means of getting your personal details to populate your contact in the contact manager app.I agree with most what's been said already. Business cards can very quickly start to look tacky, which is the last thing you want.
Personally all I really need out of a business card is info about who you are - what you do - and how to call/email you. That's it.
Just my two cents
Yup. Such elements as a die-cut, embossed-debossed, foiled cards really help the card stand out and get your an extra look at it.Keep it simple and get some high quality letter-pressed business cards. It's more special. Let people know you are an artsy person that appreciates craftsmanship and understands visual design.