Archive for August, 2013

How Facebook Contest and Promotion Changes Impact Photographers

facebook tips for photographers
Yippee, Yahoo, Hurray! Facebook announced this week that they made changes so that it’s easier to create and administer promotions. Facebook used to require a third-party application for giveaways, events, contests and other promotional initiatives, however that is now changed and is no longer required. Why would Facebook make this change? They want businesses to ...Read more »

H&H Sports Boot Camp 2013

sports photography boot camp
The third week of July, forty sports photographers from all over the USA assembled at H&H for our annual H&H sports boot camp.  We spent 2 ½ days learning the ins and outs of the sports photography business. We had an amazing lineup of speakers this year sharing their wealth of knowledge and experience with ...Read more »

Color Management and Soft Proofing Workflow

monitor color calibration in professional photo printing
Screen to print matching is one of the more difficult portions of a good digital workflow to achieve.  Some of the factors involved are: the color and brightness display characteristics of the monitor, viewings conditions for evaluating the prints, the physical attributes of the person doing the evaluation, and quality control at the output side.   ...Read more »

Your Sports Photography Sales Numbers – They Count!

sports photography sales analysis
The sports photography business is exciting and challenging at the same time.  Sports photography business requires:   sales presentation and bidding to get the account, picture day, delivering the packages in a timely manner with great quality and rebooking that contract for next year.   But one very important part of the business that many photographers overlook is ...Read more »

4 Ways to Maximize Your Social Media Time

maximizing social media
Who could resist blog headlines like “Puppies Trapped in Tupperware?” You? Okay, even I resisted that one — the photo alone exceeded my cuteness quota — but chances are many headlines, Facebook updates, and Tweets this week did suck you in. Posts targeted to your proclivities pull you away from your mission: your own social ...Read more »

Why You Should Build Your Photography Website in Tumblr

tumblr for photographers
We’re big fans of WordPress around here as the number one tool in helping professional photographers get a great website up and running. We’ve made a huge resource center of WordPress themes, tutorials, and tips for photographers. That’s how much we love the platform. That said though, it’s not the only choice. Tumblr is quite possibly ...Read more »
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