How to Use Styled Stock Photography to Showcase your Logo {a tutorial}

One thing I've realized in the past few weeks, is that in order to fully see the potential you have with my confetti stock photos - I should start showing you how to use styled stock photography to make a statement with your social media posts, blog posts and even your web site.

But, before we get into that I wanted to first take a moment to welcome you to my very first Festive Fetti blog post. I'm so excited to have my own domain {in addition to my etsy shop}. I now have a place where I can show you the many ways you can use Festive Fetti for your brand and celebrations.

Stock photography has so many amazing uses for enhancing your brand image. In today's styled stock photography how-to, I'll be showing you several ways you can use stock photos to showcase your logo. Maybe you have a new logo you want to share for the first time. Or, in the case of Pam from Fronie Mae Bakes, she was announcing her new web site.

How to Use Styled Stock Photography to Showcase Your Logo / Free Canva Tutorial for using Styled Stock Photos / as seen on Festive Fetti www.festivefetti.com

And, now let's see how to use one of my confetti styled stock photography images to showcase a logo. I'll be using my own logo for this particular example and utilizing Canva which is completely free - it's just 5 easy steps. A 2 1/2 minute video tutorial follows.

Click for the complete tutorial on using styled stock photography to showcase your logo and enhance your brand image in online marketing / as seen on www.festivefetti.com

Step 1: Create a new document using your own dimensions - for this image I used 1000 px square.

Step 2: Click on upload in the left column and upload your confetti stock photo - once it's finished uploading, simply drag over to the white box and resize to fill the area.

Step 3: Now, click on elements, then shapes and re-size a rectangle after dragging that over to the image.

Step 4: Now, upload your own image again {your logo} and center accordingly

Step 5: You are now ready to adjust the box around your logo as you wish and then click "download" in the top right to save your work.

It's that easy. I hope today's lesson on using styled stock photography was easy and fun for you. Please feel free to ask me any questions in the comments below and I've love to have you come join me online:

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