Growing a photography business involves a number of key steps. First and foremost you need to develop your skills as a photographer. Then you need to find a way to show people your photos. After that, you can start to market your photography work and land clients. From that point on, it is about growing your network and building lasting relationships with clients you trust.
One important facet of showing off your work and getting clients is the design of your portfolio and brand. Having a solid brand is crucial in helping people remember who you are and what you do.
For photography, most of the branding comes from your photography style and the way you take pictures. However; your portfolio, logo, and general business message are all important too.
In an effort to help with the logo and portfolio side of things, we partnered with Vecteezy to bring you a useful set of free photo and video icons! Vecteezy is the largest vector graphics community in the world. On their site you can find thousands of graphics, icons, and glyphs for your design projects. The great thing is, most of these resources are free too.
This pack of icons from Vecteezy includes 18 unique icons in AI, EPS, PNG, and SVG formats. They are vector and scaleable so you can use them for a logo or website design without worrying about the quality changing.
Click the button below for an instant free download of the photo and video icons.
Ways to Use the Icons
With these icons you can create a number of designs to help your photography and/or video production company.
Some ideas for how to use the photo and video icons:
- Add them to your website for unique clickable links.
- Manipulate one of the icons to use in a logo.
- Use one or multiple icons for a watermark design.
- Add these icons to social media and blog post graphics.
- Include them in your video edits.
The icons come pre-saved in black and white formats for easy overlay, but you can change them to any color you want to fit your design projects.
We hope these glyphs are a helpful asset to your work. Leave a comment below to share how you used them!