Color is one of the fundamental aspects of branding, and most major companies in the world of photography are known for using key colors in their branding.
Canon has its distinctive red, an extremely popular color that’s shared by many of its rivals as well — Leica, Sigma, Kodak, and Pentax, just to name a few. Nikon is known for yellow, Fujifilm has its green, and Olympus has its blue.
But what if the major camera companies decided to exchange the colors in their logos? Would they still be easily recognizable, or would they just look… off? We did a little experiment and swapped the colors of well known photography brands. Take a look:
Canon in Nikon Colors
Nikon in Canon Colors
Kodak in Fujifilm Colors
Leica in Kodak Colors
Fujifilm in Olympus Colors
Olympus in Fujifilm Colors
Samsung in Leica Colors
Adobe in Samsung Colors
Feel free to create your own and share them with us in the comments below.