The first thing people ask when they realize you are a photographer is, "do you have a business card?" A year ago I didn't have the time to design a really great card nor did I want to spend the money since I didn't have a clear sense of where I was going with photography. So, one day at work I quickly made a generic card (which was basically my contact information on an all white background with black copy) just so I could have something to give people when they asked the inevitable question.
As I began to build my business and shoot more I began to understand little by little who I was as a photographer and where I wanted to go (still learning of course). I soon discovered that my little generic card just wouldn't do anymore. I didn't want to give people a business card that quite frankly didn't shout Liz! I wanted it to be colorful (as I mentioned here), yet simple and chic.
Fast forward a year. What do you think?