Selfmade Lomo Business Cards

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I needed business cards and as a Lomographer, I thought about using some of my shots. Thinking about what shot to take, i remembered an actionsampler - shot and thought that the format of that print would fit, too.

I needed business cards and as a Lomographer, I thought about using some of my shots. Thinking about what shot to take, i remembered an actionsampler – shot and thought that the format of that print would fit, too.

So I used my scanning program to write down all the information on some sampler shots and made my own individual business cards by sending the digital files to a cheap online lab.

But that one actionsampler shot was not enough, so i took a supersampler and an oktomat- shot, too :)

written by mephisto19 on 2009-01-05 in #news #business-cards #mephisto19 #oktomat #actionsampler #selfmade #supersampler #cheap #sampler

11 Comments

  1. mattdude1081
    mattdude1081 ·

    Well it is 2009; photographers are out, lomographers are in!

  2. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    lovely Idea !!

  3. lyocell
    lyocell ·

    the pictures look nice. but as maxpinckers said, its looks a bit too busy. it's hard to read.

    and in my opinion you should make two different business cards. cause for your profession as a Atem, Sprech und Stimmlehrer I wouldnt use pictures. doesnt look serieus to me. so for this card I would take a more simple businesscard.

  4. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    it is more a "have-a-look-at-my-lomohome-card" than a real business-card. "visitenkarte" is a better word in german. but i had to find a short title. and i try to mention my regular job as often as possible, cause lots of people do not know it is existing. :D
    printed version is better to read...

  5. anarchy
    anarchy ·

    Great stuff Stephan!

    I cross checked the prices that I pay for my business cards against the cheapest online photolab and it's actually cheaper to get 100 photo prints (which equals 400 business cards) than what I usually pay for 100 prints of my regular b/w cards... Now I don't think I would use a photo for my professional cards and you do have to consider the fact that youo'll have to cut the cards yourself, but it's still a fun idea and definitely something I would consider for private use... Thanks a lot for the tip!

  6. adamscott
    adamscott ·

    why is this in the blog/magazine? am i missing something here?

  7. fash_on
    fash_on ·

    this is a nice way to introduce your lomohome :)
    the oktomat version is my favourite.

  8. kylethefrench
    kylethefrench ·

    oh that is fun, you are the man man

  9. mizzfonky
    mizzfonky ·

    Did something familiar but using the famous MOO-cards.
    See link :
    www.mizzfonky.be/2008/05/05/moo-cards/

  10. sugiyamasatomi
    sugiyamasatomi ·

    stephan, you always have such brilliant idea! I should try one :)

  11. blackstar888
    blackstar888 ·

    amazing idea!! thanks :D love to try it :D

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