Through winter it is always best to have a number of different soup recipes on hand so you can rotate between them over the cold months. A good chowder that is oh so tasty plus cheesy is Cheesy Corn Chowder that can help anyone stay warm in the winter. The chowder has a nice thickness with a great cheesiness to it but does not stop there with greatness since has a little bacon in it for an increased delicious taste. As the name suggest it has corn as the main vegetable but additionally it has potato, onion, and carrot so has that great healthy goodness to benefit from eating. This chowder is a bit similar to a Potato Soup with some of the same ingredients so if you’re familiar and love Potato Soup you will probably love this chowder as well.
A photo of a chowder is not really too informational on what it is or what is in it since in general you will see the chowder with some hints of ingredients. So, I had to work with the chowder a little bit to get enough ingredients floating at the top so you get a more interesting and colorful photo of the item. Composition was best with an overhead shot since the photo was going to be used with the logo. Planning ahead for design elements is crucial since if I did not take the right kind of photo for the design then I would be stuck cooking the chowder again and then retaking photos in the right composition. A first step I always do for any design project is to brainstorm and plan what I am going to do and what kind of design I will be creating. This plan becomes my guide to follow from step to step like taking the right photos of the item to selecting the right font to creating symbols for the logo along with other parts.
The logo has two purposes this time to reflect the product and have enough content to show the photo through. So to meet all challenges step one was to use a clean thick font for good logo composition and enough black area for the photo to appear in. Since the length of the words varied it created an open area to use as black space for the photo to get maximum amount of the photo visible. To improve the logo and give it a unique touch an image was created of a soup ladle pouring the chowder with some ingredients visible like corn, carrots, and bacon. In the end, all challenges were met with a simple and clean logo and visible photo of the chowder.