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.
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
It’s time to update my High School Senior price booklet for the coming 2014 season. I am including many specialty items this year, as I had numerous requests for them this past season. H&H has numerous specialty products and the challenge is to keep the number of products in a range to keep my clients’ […]Read More
Everybody loves a contest, and it’s one of the most effective ways to increase engagement with your social media fan base and followers. You can easily build a contest right into your blog, Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest social media using applications such as North Social, Wildfire, Binkd, Rafflecopter, and a slew of others that are […]Read More
We ask about diversification in our retirement portfolio, but I would like to suggest that you ask it about your studio’s business. I had an opportunity to attend Imaging USA and speak with many studio owners. Almost everyone that I talked with said that their business had softened particularly on the wedding and senior side. […]Read More