100 Free Photography Logo Templates

We designed 100 Photography Logo Templates and are giving them all to you FOR FREE! They are free for personal use, and if you’re wondering what does that mean, scroll down to the end of this page and you will find a FAQ section there!

We tried to make things as simple as possible for Photographers so when you download any of these logos – you’ll get a PSD file that you can quickly edit on your own! All graphics are designed in vector format for the best possible quality and only free fonts were used in this project, so go ahead – browse, download and enjoy!

P.S. If you like our designs, please share them or leave a comment below! 👍

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to buy the fonts?

If you want to support the font author, you can buy the font used in the logo, but all of the fonts used in this project have free versions available. However pay attention to the font licenses, some font authors wish to be credited if you use their font in your logo.

Where to find the fonts used?

When you download and unzip any of these logo files, you will find a “readme.txt” file with links to the fonts used in that specific logo.

Photography logo license

All of these logo templates come with a “For personal Use Only” license. In human language, this means that you can use any of these logos for your personal brand. You can use it on your website, on your images, on print materials, like business cards, stationeries and similar. The only thing that you can not do is sell the logo file to someone else for profit because that would commercial use.

What do I need to edit these logo files?

To edit any of these logo templates, you will need Adobe Photoshop. Photoshop Elements will not work in this case. If you do not have Adobe Photoshop, go to their website and download a free trial. No need to buy the program if you are not planning to use it in the future.

Crediting logo authors

If you really like our logos and plan to use them, we would appreciate you mentioning us on your website somewhere and linking back to colormelon.com, but only if you feel like it – no pressure!

Crediting font authors

If the font from any logo comes with a license that requests you credit the author you should definitely do so on your website. If you are not sure how to do that, we suggest adding a small “Credits” paragraph on your About page and give a shout out to the authors whose work you used.



    1. Hi, Simon! Thank you, we’re so happy that you like this! And of course we don’t mind you sharing – that’s actually great news! 🙂


  1. The golden leaf logo is my favorite, but all of them are gorgeous. Thanks a bunch for doing this. 🙂

  2. Just bought your Kameron theme yesterday and am going to re-design my site this weekend and while doing some research I stumbled across your blog. Love that you guys give away free logo designs, but for this particular post logo #5 (Handwritten Logo) is gorgeous but when I open the .psd in PS CC, the fonts are missing and Adobe prompts me to resolve it using typekit, but nothing ever matches up. I’m curious what the font is (and if i need to purchase it) so I can customize the logo.

    Thanks for the awesome resources and hopefully I can get the theme installed and customize it without any hiccups.

    -Rebecca Britt

    1. Hi Rebecca,

      So glad you like our work!

      Each logo you download from our blog comes in a .zip file. When you unzip it, you get .PSD files and a “readme.txt” document. Open that text document and you will find links to fonts used in that particular logo. All fonts we used are free, so you won’t have to buy anything!

  3. Just found these, trying to find a logo that fits my brand… I really like your golden leaf, thank you for sharing your talent, do you have any other examples and downloads?

  4. The Design Space shared a link to your website. This is a great resource. Thanks to all the creatives that had a part in taking their time to make these and their willingness to share them!

  5. How do I save the file so I can use them? When I open it there are two sides of the same file a left and right. How do I save them so I can use them individually?

    1. Hi Timothy,

      When you download any of these logo templates, you get a PSD file with a light and a dark version of the same logo.

      From the layers panel, select the logo you would like to save and use (for example, Right Logo > Logo). Right-click on that Logo folder and choose “Duplicate Group”. Then in the Destination area choose “New”.

      Now your logo will open up in a new psd document. Go to Image > Trim… and trim all the white space around the logo.

      Hope this helped. I will make a video guide about this soon 🙂

  6. hi 🙂 im stuck! i love these!! ive opened in cs6 and duplicated ..got to trim ..and i cant get rid of the black background so the logo is left on the transparent layer? help me please :))

    1. Hi Becci,
      Before you trim, turn off the background – in your layers panel, slick on the little eye icon so that the background is disabled and you are left only with the logo. Then go to Image > Trim.. !

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