Archive for July, 2009

Our Photo Lab’s Self-Portrait Photography Contest Entries and Winner!

Our photo lab had a good time seeing everyone’s self portrait;  even those that we couldn’t recognize!  There was a wide variety of takes on this theme, and that made it even more fun.  Now, let’s get to the entries: See what I mean?  It made for some tough voting!  However, we DO have a ...Read more »

Going Contest Crazy: Random Drawing for Skip’s Summer School Scholarship

Yes, I realize that we are in the middle of a contest, but what could be more fun than to do a contest during a contest? Confused yet? Let me explain: H&H is proud to sponsor Skip’s Summer School August 16-18, 2009, and our photo lab wants to give away scholarships for this event! These ...Read more »

H&H Color Lab’s Self-Portrait Photography Contest

It’s time for a contest!  The topic of this contest is Self Portrait.  Now, now…calm down.  You can get pretty creative with this. I first started thinking about self portraits when I noticed that my 13-year-old takes all pictures for Facebook, etc. from above/right.  All of them.  I can go to her profile and there are ...Read more »

2009 H&H University’s Sports Boot Camp

We had a great time this week at our photo lab’s boot camp!  We dodged a few raindrops, but it was a huge success.  I could share some images with you, but this is more fun.  Jeff created a video with images that he captured during the event.  Check it out! Thanks Jeff! If you ...Read more »

Check out our photography webinars!

Have you attended an H&H webinar?  What an inexpensive opportunity for training without the travel! Llew Wenzel will be teaching you how to capture an image like this: And offer your client a poster like this: Find out how on July 21! Another webinar, on July 22 will be hosted by Bruce Hudson.  He will show you ...Read more »

Photo Proofing Tips: Zero Padding

Zero Padding is not talking about someone that is really skinny… it is a numbering technique that can be used to keep images in a specific sequence when they are added to a proof magazine or to keep the images in sequence for ordering proofs. If you number your images 1.jpg, 2.jpg, 3.jpg, 4.jpg, etc., ...Read more »
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