Photography tips, Photo lab news, photography services, and more written by distinguished guest bloggers. Each post is written exclusively for H&H Color Lab to help our customer base of professional photographers.
Time Is running out! Think about how to use your Facebook Offers for the holidays, that is if the option is still available on your page. The holidays are quickly approaching and everyone wants to know what they can do to get the best results with using social media. One of the biggest questions I […]Read More
As part of the monthly blog posts about our customers, we’ve also chose to include interviews with our staff so you can get to know them better. This month, Georgia interviews Kyle Walker, Photographic Production Manager for H&H Color Lab. Georgia: Can you tell me a little about your background? Kyle: I’m a military brat, […]Read More
School is back in session. Fall sports are underway. A great way to expand your school contract business is to photograph teams and individual players. High school teams and club sports teams have become a large part of my overall sales mix. As I work on expanding that segment of my business, I thought I […]Read More
Pinterest Tip #1 – Get past portfolio-think. Is this you? You know about Pinterest, but you think, “My website already shows my portfolios.” Or maybe you are showcasing your portfolios on Pinterest—but haven’t had chance to take it further. If you think Pinterest is about showing what you can do for clients, you’re partly right. […]Read More
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
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