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Photography Studio Name - Time Crunch! :)
Posted by Anonymous on
9/7/2007 at 12:01 PM ET
I need some suggestions as soon as possible. I am having a hard time coming up with something I'm satisfied with.
I am opening on all natural light garden-style studio. Portraits will be taken outside in the gardens and inside in specially designed commercial-style rooms. The focus is on natural light, no flash or umbrella lights, and our subjects are focused on family and children.
The clincher here is that there will be a group of photographers working here so I want to use the word "Studios" somewhere in the name. I would prefer something like Natural Light Studios, but it is too plain and doesn't appeal to the target market (upper middle class) that I am going for. I would also prefer a unique name that hasn't been taken in .com
I'd like an interesting made-up word with maybe some literary roots... that has something to do with gardens/flowers, light, or natural/organic.
I'd love some help here! I am hoping for Natural _____ Studios or something similar... but would love a unique, elegant sounding floral name that isn't hard to pronounce or sounds weird.
9/7/2007 at 12:23 PM
There is nothing wrong with Natural Light Studios, that's very good.
It is not too plain...it is very powerful.
Everyone wants to see themselves in a photograph that looks natural. My professional advice...Natural Light Studios.
"See Yourself in Natural Light"
See your family in NLS
You stand out in Natural Light
There are so many advertising opportunities with that name. I'd love to have your account.
Stick with that.
9/7/2007 at 12:35 PM
Here are some naming ideas (that are all available).
9/7/2007 at 1:35 PM
Ambiance Studios came into my head. Here are some other words to put with Studios.
Au Naturel Studios
First Light Studios
Sun Aire Studios
Good luck w/your new business.
9/7/2007 at 2:10 PM
How about these?:
Natural Elements Studios or
Ambient Elements Studios (plus "A" shows up at the top of most listings)
Or better yet, pick some of the words you are set on and go to "thesaurus.com" to kind of mix and match what you are looking for. That's what I usually do.
9/7/2007 at 4:02 PM
I'm personally scared of the word "natural" in lighting because usually (unless it's the warm glow of the sunset lighting) natural lighting deals harshly with me.
I would suggest using "Warm" or "Fresh" in the studio name:
Warm Glow Studios
Fresh View Studios
Fresh Portrait Studios
Sun Warm Studios
9/10/2007 at 11:02 AM
Efflorescent Photography Studios
Efflorescent is another name for bloom, also meaning the highest point or culmunation.
It is original and it's initials are EPS which in Photoshop terms mean encapsulated Post Script.
EPS I believe is also a feature in which you can preview pictures on photo programs.
It could be used as a double meaning.
9/10/2007 at 3:05 PM
Natures Light Studios
Garden Of Eden Studios
Earth Light Studios
Natures Background Studios
Natures Photography Studios
Natural Photography Studio
Natural Garden Studios
Natures Botanical Studios
Natural Sun Studios
Garden Light Studios
Outdoor Light Studios
Natures Light Studios
9/11/2007 at 12:01 AM
Name suggestions as asked:
Studios Naturally Lit
Organica Oasis Studios
Studios Lit Naturale
Studios Kissed by the Sun
Flora Studios Suprema
Hope these help you. Contact me off-forum if you need more assistance. Good luck.
9/28/2007 at 1:41 PM
Natural Essence Studios. Also, .com appears to be available as of 9-27-07
Too bad you couldn't use the Natural Light Studios (it's strong), but those keywords appear to be saturated, so maybe it works out well for you.
Best of Luck,
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