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02-27-2016, 04:23 AM   #1
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name I can give to my up coming studio

Hello friends,kindly assist with a very good and easy name I can give to my up coming studio and also want to register it,and if possible ;with a logo.thank you

02-27-2016, 05:12 AM   #2
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Most straightforward way is 'First name, last name + Photography'. Other than that it's hard to suggest names without knowing what your studio will focus on. Portraits? Weddings? Product photography? All of it?
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avoid the hassle just go with

JohnDoePhotography.com


Oh no hang about this is a fictitious Dallas based wedding photographer

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I'll be happy to name your studio for you. My fee for this service is $1,500. Upon receipt of a 50% deposit I will send you a questionnaire to learn more about your business objectives and background. From the information you provide I will develop a list of three names for you to choose from. Final payment will be due at this time. Once you have picked the name, the marketing firm I work for can develop a logo for you. Their fee is $2,200.

Oh, wait. Were you expecting someone to do all this work for free? For free all I can suggest, based on what you provided in your OP, is "Bill's Photo Studio".
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My Father in law came up with mine studio street number is 26 So it became Studio Twenty Six...if you name it after you then it becomes personal can be a good and bad thing...I had a printing business named after me when I closed it I lost a part of my identity all good now though
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QuoteOriginally posted by MPrince Quote
I'll be happy to name your studio for you. My fee for this service is $1,500. Upon receipt of a 50% deposit I will send you a questionnaire to learn more about your business objectives and background. From the information you provide I will develop a list of three names for you to choose from. Final payment will be due at this time. Once you have picked the name, the marketing firm I work for can develop a logo for you. Their fee is $2,200.

Oh, wait. Were you expecting someone to do all this work for free? For free all I can suggest, based on what you provided in your OP, is "Bill's Photo Studio".
You guys are really cheap! I used to charge these kind of fees back in mid 90's. The cost would be much higher today.
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I personally don't like studio names, just use your name, then everyone will know it's you.

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If one is not creative enough to come up with a studio name how can one hope to be creative enough photographically that others would want to pay them.
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You guys are really cheap! I used to charge these kind of fees back in mid 90's. The cost would be much higher today.
I live in WV, work in Hagerstown, MD. Small market, modest cost of living, and for my portion of the fee there's no overhead. Fifteen minutes of work and I'll have the cash to buy two of the three amigos.

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My Father in law came up with mine studio street number is 26 So it became Studio Twenty Six...
Good thing the address wasn't 54. You'd be mobbed by disco lovers.
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I live in WV, work in Hagerstown, MD. Small market, modest cost of living, and for my portion of the fee there's no overhead. Fifteen minutes of work and I'll have the cash to buy two of the three amigos.
ahh...My family is from Hagerstown and I went to school at Shepherd, beautiful area.
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TUNDE Photo Studio.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Murfy Quote
ahh...My family is from Hagerstown and I went to school at Shepherd, beautiful area.
I'm originally from the Tidewater region of Virginia, moved to WV about sixteen years ago after sixteen years in Montgomery County, MD. Two of my children graduated from Shepherd, and both are gainfully employed, so I'm thinking it's a good school.
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QuoteOriginally posted by MPrince Quote
I'm originally from the Tidewater region of Virginia, moved to WV about sixteen years ago after sixteen years in Montgomery County, MD. Two of my children graduated from Shepherd, and both are gainfully employed, so I'm thinking it's a good school.
LOL, yes they have a great art department. I graduated when they were still just a "college" and commuted from Frederick during my last year or so. It was a very pretty commute.
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How about the first initial of your last name and the first initial of you wife's last name "T & ? Photo"
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