Last Updated on January 24, 2022
Photographers have a lot of information to share outside of their photos. Whether it’s examples of their work, service menus, or the final images of an event, they should present it in an organized way that best represents their brand. That’s where two-pocket folders come in handy.
Use the pockets for standard storage or add slits to ensure smaller elements such as business cards, discs, and brochures are at the forefront and don’t get lost. You can also incorporate them into your design by including your contact information, logo, or website URL.
For many photographers, the folder can be the first and last thing clients receive from them, so it’s important to make it memorable. We’ve put together a list of 14 tip-top designs to get your creative juices flowing.
Check them out and give us your thoughts and feedback in the comments below.
The Associated Press honor photographer Henri Huet by displaying one of his most famous images on the cover. The use of lime green in his name and on the back cover provides a stark contrast to the black and white image.
This folder looks like well-worn leather. The clients’ eyes are drawn to the bright colors of the logo against the folder’s dark color.
Karl Ko Photography uses bright yellow in its folder to represent the happiness clients feel on their wedding day. The logo is shaped like a diamond ring, another key symbol of weddings.
Kaiser Studio highlights its best school portraits on the cover of its folder. The blue and green waves create a motion that entices the client to open the folder.
Elodie Hubert lets her work speak for itself in this clean, crisp design. The tall pockets protect important documents and showcase the other elements of the package in various slits.
Jennifer Keller Photography’s logo pops against the black linen stock. The metallic teal foil stamp adds a luxurious luster to the color.
This folder features a protective pocket for clients’ image discs and has plenty of room on the outside for a thank you message. The other pocket’s diagonal shape gives clients a peek at the photographer’s marketing materials.
The fun, bright color of this folder matches the flower in the company logo and tie together the rest of the branded contents.
This sophisticated design features a black and gold color scheme. The logo mimics infinity symbols merged together, fitting for a wedding photographer because marriage is forever.
This simple, fresh design allows the contents to be the stars of this show. The pockets offer plenty of storage for contracts, service menus, brochures, and work samples.
This folder makes more of a physical impact than a visual one. The combination of the embossed logo on the linen stock provides clients with a unique texture.
This folder’s natural look illustrates the photographer’s commitment to the environment. The neutral color compliments the folder contents.
- Angela Lee Photography
There’s a place for everything in this two-pocket folder, slits perfectly frame the business card on the right pocket, while the other smaller elements fit nicely into the slit on the left pocket.
The rose gold foil stamped logo elevates the elegance of this design. Using capital letters in the logo and company name represent the photographer’s strength and stability in her field.