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.
5 Facebook Tips for Photographers Use your best keywords in the Facebook information (description) box or text box. This will help to attract fans through a search they do via Facebook or Google. The first purpose of your Facebook fan page should be to create a bond with your readers. The second purpose is […]Read More
Ayers Studios: What Makes the Right Stuff for 25+ Years? Do you remember where you were when John F. Kennedy died? How about when the Twin Towers fell? On September 11, 2001, I was hosting a focus group of photographers, reviewing a product my company was building. At the time I was the Sr. Vice […]Read More
I really enjoyed WPPI in Las Vegas this year. Lots of great education and exciting new gadgets for professional photographer to play with! One of the best things I saw during the show was the new selection of Eclectic Fashion Album Covers from H&H Color Lab. The beautiful new fabrics including silks, chevrons and ribbon […]Read More
Georgia McCabe summarizes the right and wrong ways to set up and manage a Facebook contest. She’ll cover: The key to success to running any kind of contest is to make sure you understand the benefit of running one; top tips for running a successful contest; do’s and don’t’s for compliance of terms of service, […]Read More
I have had many opportunities to talk to photographers who are trying to transition into the volume (school and sports) business. One question that I often get is “how have you grown your business so rapidly over the last couple of years?” My response is “It is a choice”. Then I get this puzzled look […]Read More
This month Georgia McCabe interviews H&H Customer Kyle Robinson from Studio 94 located in Southern California. A father, husband, fine art photographer, idea-generator and servant of the Lord, Kyle used up his 15 minutes of musical fame and thankfully found that photography provided an even better artistic and creative release. Here’s his story: Georgia: I’m really […]Read More